Today's Exchange Rates

Get our best exchange rates* when you order online. Pick up in store or get delivered to your door. Get an even better exchange rate on our Travelex Money Card for selected** currencies.

Today’s online exchange rates

We monitor market exchange rates on a daily basis so you don’t have to.
We’re always comparing our exchange rates against major in-store and online travel money providers, to make sure we provide you with great value on your foreign currency.

*Rates are subject to change throughout the day. In-store rates vary compared to online.
**Selected currencies are USD, EUR, GBP, JPY, SGD, THB, HKD, NZD, IDR and CAD.
Country Currency Code Cash Rate Travel Card Rate More Info Buy
USA American Dollar USD
AUD to USD Buy USD
Europe Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
UK British Pound GBP
AUD to GBP Buy GBP
New Zealand New Zealand Dollar NZD
AUD to NZD Buy NZD
Japan Japanese Yen JPY
AUD to JPY Buy JPY
Canada Canadian Dollar CAD
AUD to CAD Buy CAD
Indonesia Indonesian Rupiah IDR
AUD to IDR Buy IDR
Thailand Thai Baht THB
AUD to THB Buy THB
Singapore Singapore Dollar SGD
AUD to SGD Buy SGD
Hong Kong Hong Kong Dollar HKD
AUD to HKD Buy HKD
Country Currency Code Cash Rate Travel Card Rate More Info Buy
Aland Islands Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Andorra Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Austria Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Bahamas Bahamian dollar BSD
Buy BSD
Bahrain Bahraini dinar BHD
Buy BHD
Barbados Barbadian dollar BBD
Buy BBD
Belgium Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Bermuda Bermuda dollar BMD
Buy BMD
Brunei Darussalam Brunei dollar BND
AUD to BND Buy BND
Canada Canadian dollar CAD
AUD to CAD Buy CAD
Chile Chilean peso CLP
AUD to CLP Buy CLP
China Chinese renminbi CNY
AUD to CNY Buy CNY
Colombia Colombian peso COP
AUD to COP Buy COP
Croatia Croatian kuna HRK
AUD to HRK Buy HRK
Cyprus Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Czech Republic Czech koruna CZK
AUD to CZK Buy CZK
Denmark Danish krone DKK
AUD to DKK Buy DKK
Estonia Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
European Union Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Fiji Fijian dollar FJD
AUD to FJD Buy FJD
Finland Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
France Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
French Guiana Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
French Polynesia CFP Franc XPF
AUD to XPF Buy XPF
French Southern Territories Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Germany Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Greece Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Guadeloupe Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Holy See (Vatican City State) Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Hong Kong Hong Kong dollar HKD
AUD to HKD Buy HKD
Hungary Hungarian Forint HUF
AUD to HUF Buy HUF
India Indain rupee INR
AUD to INR Buy INR
Indonesia Indonesian Rupiah IDR
AUD to IDR Buy IDR
Ireland Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Israel Israeli New Sheqel ILS
AUD to ILS Buy ILS
Italy Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Japan Japanese Yen JPY
AUD to JPY Buy JPY
Jordan Jordanian Dinar JOD
Buy JOD
Kuwait Kuwaiti Dinar KWD
Buy KWD
Luxembourg Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Macao Macanese Pataca MOP
Buy MOP
Malaysia Malaysian Ringgit MYR
AUD to MYR Buy MYR
Malta Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Martinique Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Mauritius Mauritian Rupee MUR
AUD to MUR Buy MUR
Mayotte Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Mexico Mexican Peso MXN
AUD to MXN Buy MXN
Monaco Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Montenegro Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Netherlands Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
New Caledonia CFP Franc XPF
AUD to XPF Buy XPF
New Zealand New Zealand Dollar NZD
AUD to NZD Buy NZD
Norway Norwegian Krone NOK
AUD to NOK Buy NOK
Oman Omani Rial OMR
AUD to OMR Buy OMR
Pakistan Pakistanee Rupee PKR
AUD to PKR Buy PKR
Papua New Guinee Papua New Guinean Kuna PGK
AUD to PGK Buy PGK
Philippines Philippines Peso PHP
AUD to PHP Buy PHP
Poland Polish Zloty PLN
AUD to PLN Buy PLN
Portugal Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Qatar Qatari Riyal QAR
AUD to QAR Buy QAR
Russia Ruble RUB
AUD to RUB Buy RUB
Saint Barthelemy Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Saint Martin (French) Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Samoa Samoan Tala WST
AUD to WST Buy WST
San Marino Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Saudi Arabia Saudi Riyal SAR
AUD to EUR Buy SAR
Singapore Singapore Dollar SGD
AUD to SGD Buy SGD
Slovakia Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Slovenia Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Solomon Islands Solomon Islands Dollar SBD
AUD to SBD Buy SBD
South Africa South African Rand ZAR
AUD to ZAR Buy EZAR
South Korea South Korea Won KRW
AUD to KRW Buy KRW
Spain Euro EUR
AUD to EUR Buy EUR
Sri Lanka Sri Lankan Rupee LKR
AUD to LKR Buy LKR
Sweden Swedish Krona SEK
AUD to SEK Buy SEK
Switzerland Swiss franc CHF
AUD to CHF Buy CHF
Taiwan New Taiwan Dollar TWD
AUD to TWD Buy TWD
Thailand Thai Baht THB
AUD to THB Buy THB
Tonga Paanga TOP
AUD to TOP Buy TOP
Turkey Turkish Lira TRY
AUD to TRY Buy TRY
United Arab Emirates UAE Dirham (AED) AED
AUD to AED Buy AED
United Kingdom (UK) British Pound GBP
AUD to GBP Buy GBP
United States of America (USA) American Dollar USD
AUD to USD Buy USD
Vanuatu Vanuatu Vatu VUV
AUD to VUV Buy VUV
Vietnam Vietnamese Dong VND
AUD to VND Buy VND

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Foreign exchange can be confusing, so to help break through the confusion, here are some common terms associated with currency:

Sell rate – This is the rate at which we sell foreign currency in exchange for local currency. For example, if you were heading to Europe, you would exchange British Pounds for Euros at the sell rate. 

Buy rate – This is the rate at which we buy foreign currency back from you into your local currency. For example, if you were returning from America, we would exchange your US Dollars back into British Pounds at the buy rate of the day. 

Holiday money rate or tourist rate – This is another term for a sell rate. 

Spot rate – This is known more formally as the ‘interbank’ rate. It is the rate banks or large financial institutions charge each other when trading significant amounts of foreign currency. In the business, this is sometimes referred to as a ‘spot rate’. 

Spread – This is the difference between the buy and sell rates offered by a foreign exchange provider such as us. 

Cross rate – This is the rate we give to customers who want to exchange currencies that do not involve the local currency. For example, if you want to exchange Australian Dollars into US Dollars. 

Commission – This is a common fee that foreign exchange providers charge for exchanging one currency with another.


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The exchange rates of the world’s currencies constantly move up and down against each other based on supply and demand. The more in demand a currency is, the higher its price will be. Changes in the foreign exchange market can be caused by this supply and demand, as well as by political and economic events.
There are a lot of foreign currency providers in Australia, mainly high-street banks, all offering you a range of products and services. You can spend a lot of time to trying to find the best exchange rate in the market. But there’s usually very little difference between rates offered – sometimes it can be a matter of cents.
The market (or spot) exchange rate is the rate banks exchange currencies at. A lot of extra processes and people go into providing you with currency. The cost of these is reflected in the price of the currency. At Travelex, we work hard to give you great value for your foreign currency. We’re constantly striving to do things more efficiently, so that because we want you to get the best possible deal we can offer.
Currencies constantly move up and down against each other as financial markets change. These movements can be caused by supply and demand, as well as by political and economic events.
Exchange rates are influenced by banks and trading institutions and the volume of currency they are buying and selling at any given time. Currencies are traded (bought and sold) daily around the world.
One currency can be purchased by another currency through banking institutions or on the open market. The volumes of currencies traded are increased and decreased depending on the attractiveness of any particular currency, which depends on a multitude of factors such as political stability, economic strength, government debt and fiscal policy among others.
Government central banks also have the ability to set a currency at a constant price through a method called pegging, which essentially tethers the value of one currency to another. The value (or price) of a currency is determined by its traded volume. If a currency is competitively priced, traders will buy the currency, essentially driving up its value. If a currency is not competitively priced, traders may avoid buying, or even sell it, essentially driving down its value.
Rest assured, we're doing everything we can to make this as simple and easy as we can. However, if you have any questions about the upcoming change, we're always here to help. You can call us 24/7 on 1300 300 524 in Australia.
Why do exchange rates change?

The exchange rates of the world’s currencies constantly move up and down against each other based on supply and demand. The more in demand a currency is, the higher its price will be. Changes in the foreign exchange market can be caused by this supply and demand, as well as by political and economic events.

Does it pay to shop around and compare currency rates?

There are a lot of foreign currency providers in Australia, mainly high-street banks, all offering you a range of products and services. You can spend a lot of time to trying to find the best exchange rate in the market. But there’s usually very little difference between rates offered – sometimes it can be a matter of cents.

Why are tourist money exchange rates not the same as the market spot rate?

The market (or spot) exchange rate is the rate banks exchange currencies at. A lot of extra processes and people go into providing you with currency. The cost of these is reflected in the price of the currency. At Travelex, we work hard to give you great value for your foreign currency.
We’re constantly striving to do things more efficiently, so that because we want you to get the best possible deal we can offer.

Why do currency exchange rates move?

Currencies constantly move up and down against each other as financial markets change. These movements can be caused by supply and demand, as well as by political and economic events.

How to calculate exchange rates?

Exchange rates are influenced by banks and trading institutions and the volume of currency they are buying and selling at any given time. Currencies are traded (bought and sold) daily around the world.
One currency can be purchased by another currency through banking institutions or on the open market. The volumes of currencies traded are increased and decreased depending on the attractiveness of any particular currency, which depends on a multitude of factors such as political stability, economic strength, government debt and fiscal policy among others.
Government central banks also have the ability to set a currency at a constant price through a method called pegging, which essentially tethers the value of one currency to another. The value (or price) of a currency is determined by its traded volume. If a currency is competitively priced, traders will buy the currency, essentially driving up its value. If a currency is not competitively priced, traders may avoid buying, or even sell it, essentially driving down its value.

If I have a question, who can I speak to?

Rest assured, we're doing everything we can to make this as simple and easy as we can. However, if you have any questions , we're always here to help. You can call us 24/7 on 1800 440 039 in Australia.