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I have no revolving credit card debt: I pay it off every month. I also have a significant throughput of charging/paying off, including a large repeating medical cost that will be at least $3000 every 8 weeks. (Or about $20,000 / year). I am trying to find a good (or the best) cash-back rewards credit card in Australia to help me minimize the pain in my situation. Any help or suggestions is appreciated!

P.S. Don't worry, I will continue to pay it off in full every month.

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Have you asked the medical biller if they would consider a discount for a cash payment? In the US, such a bill would be able to get about 2%. A promt check might get you better than that. – JoeTaxpayer Jul 21 '12 at 3:47
Good thought. I'll look into it. – JBWhitmore Jul 21 '12 at 3:53

Check out

I have used the US version to research what kind of card I should apply for and turns out they have an Australia site.

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