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Australian dollars to Hong Kong dollars

Whether you’re spending your Hong Kong dollars in lively night markets or the city’s 11,000 restaurants, you’ll need to know how they compare to your Australian dollars.

The latest on AUD to HKD exchange rates

One Australian Dollar currently exchanges at a rate of HKD.

To see the latest exchange rate and compare historic rates year on year, head over to our exchange rates page.
The latest on AUD to HKD exchange rates

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Exchange rates last updated Thursday, 17 August 2017 9:31:11 AM AEST. The online exchange rates provided by this Currency Converter are intended as a guide only and should not be used for transactional purposes. All rates are subject to change from time to time without notice. Exchange rates used in-store may differ from those offered online. The Travelex online buy rate will be used for conversions from a foreign currency to the local currency. The Travelex online sell rate will be used for conversions from the local currency to a foreign currency.

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The lowdown on the Hong Kong dollar

Hong Kong is a major global financial centre, so you won’t be surprised to hear that the Hong Kong dollar is one of the most traded currencies on the planet.

Hong Kong was a British colony from 1842 right up to when it became a part of China in 1997, but it’s always had its own currency. In 1972, the HKD was pegged to the US dollar, and it still is today – at a rate of about 7.80 HKD to 1 USD.

The government issues Hong Kong’s coins, but bank notes come from three banks: HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank and the Bank of China.

If you’re travelling to Macau from Hong Kong, you can use the HKD there too.