Use Travelex International Money Transfer for a quick, simple and secure way to send money overseas.
The Travelex international money transfer service allows anyone to quickly, safely, and affordably send money to India from Australia anytime. As a leading foreign exchange provider, Travelex has helped thousands of customers with their foreign currency needs.
Travelex has partnered with leading global payment platform Nium to provide international money transfers. Customers can use our mobile app or website to complete an online money transfer to India from Australia whenever they want with full 24/7 customer support.
Send in minutes, usually received within 48 hours
Great Rates, $0 Online Fees
Bank-beating exchange rates and $0 fees for any online transfer. A small fee applies for cash pickup
Convenient Payout Methods Choose either Bank transfer, Visa card or Cash pick-up (selected countries only)
Chat support is available around the clock - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Trusted Travelex has been operating in Australia for over 40 years
Leader in Foreign Exchange
Serving 1000s of customers per year for their online foreign exchange needs
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The best way to send money to India is with a provider who can deliver competitive foreign exchange rates and a simple process. You can use Travelex to transfer money to India from Australia anytime - just make a free account and grab your recipient’s bank account details to transfer money today.
Travelex gives you an affordable way to complete a money transfer to India from Australia with a bank-beating exchange rate and zero fees for online transfers. At Travelex, we believe sending money overseas to friends and family shouldn’t be costly or complicated.
You do not need to pay tax on the money you send to India since the money was already taxed domestically in Australia. This is because India has signed the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement with 85 other countries, including Australia.
Sending money from India to Australia normally takes between 1-2 business days. If your recipient is waiting longer than that for the funds, then the delay is most likely due to the policies of their bank, whether it be Bank Baroda, Punjab National Bank, State Bank of India HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and more.
You can check the exchange rate with Travelex anytime. See how much the Australian dollar is buying and use Travelex to transfer money fast when you see a favourable exchange rate.
Use Travelex to complete international money transfers to India from Australia with bank-beating exchange rates and $0 online transfer fees. Using your own account with Travelex, you can lock in an exchange rate and send the money right away or wait to see if a better rate becomes available - the choice is yours.
The Travelex International Money Transfer App makes it easy to send money to India or another one of over 50 countries worldwide. You can download the app, create a free account, and send money within minutes. Give the app a try the next time you need to complete a money transfer to India from Australia.
With Travelex, you can send money to India as long as the amount is over AU$10. You will be limited to a max of AU$2500 on your first transfer with Travelex, but there will be no limit the next time you complete a money transfer to India from Australia.
The individual charges to send money to India from Australia will vary depending on how much you are sending, what bank you are transferring to, and more. Register your free account and start the process to see what it will cost you to send money overseas from Australia to India. Travelex has $0 online fees for any online transfer.
IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. It’s an 11-digit code written in an alphanumeric format, and it identifies the branches in the National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) network. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) uses IFSC for electronic bank transfers, as the code can quickly identify where the funds are coming from and where they’re going.
An IFSC will start with four letters that represent a bank’s name. These letters are followed by six characters that are usually numbers but could also be letters, and they represent the specific branch of the bank. The last character is a 0.
Once you know the name of a bank and its branch, you can visit the RBI website and search through its list of banks and codes, or you can simply call the bank and ask for their IFSC. You can also find the IFS Code on your recipient’s bank statement and checks.
IFSC is used by the RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) and NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) systems in order to efficiently transfer funds between bank accounts in India. Therefore, you’ll need an IFSC whenever you’re transferring money from one bank to another in India and when you’re sending money to India from Australia or another country.
Support is provided to assist you with your queries and transactions via “Ask Adam”. To live chat with a representative, type the word “agent”. You can also email email@example.com.
Travelex International Money Transfer Disclaimer & Additional Information
The Travelex International Money Transfer service is provided by NIUM Pty Ltd (ABN 45 601 384 025)
Rates are subject to change without notice. Terms & conditions apply. Note, further fees, taxes may apply and will vary by bank, location and other factors. Certain Banks may deduct a fee from your transfer amount before depositing the funds into your beneficiary bank account.
The information provided is provided for general purposes only and is not considered financial advice and should not be relied upon as such. Consumers should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice and consider their own financial circumstances and choose the most suitable service for their needs.