Exchange your CAD for AUD with us!
We have 180+ stores across Australia that will buy your leftover CAD bank notes in Australia, with the exception of old or damaged notes. Have any other leftover foreign currency notes? We buy 50+ FX currencies – even rare ones such as Icelandic krona and Bermuda dollars!
You can also use our foreign currency ATMs to conveniently withdraw Australian dollars and selected foreign currencies at great rates if you are travelling in Australia and short on cash!
How to Exchange Your CAD to AUD?
You can withdraw CAD from all our foreign currency ATMs around Australia. Some ATMs also offer card withdrawals of selected foreign currencies in addition to AUD at great rates!
How to Sell Foreign Currency to Travelex
Simply follow the steps below to exchange your CAD to AUD with Travelex:
- Take your foreign currency banknotes into any of our 180+ Travelex stores across Australia.
- Our friendly staff will inform you of the buy rate for the CAD (the rate which we will buy your foreign currency at).
- Exchange your CAD banknotes to Australian dollars and leave with a little more AUD in your wallet!
What is your CAD Buy Rate?
This changes daily due to fluctuating exchange rates, and differs at each Travelex store & ATM. Please contact your nearest Travelex store for the current CAD buy rate or find your nearest ATM to exchange your foreign currency for AUD.
Do you Buy CAD Coins?
No, unfortunately we do not accept any foreign coins; however, there are plenty of things you can do with your leftover CAD coins!
- Give them to charity - UNICEF’s Coins for Kids is a charity that collects leftover FX coins. The funds then go towards a number of great initiatives such as providing clean drinking water, much-needed vaccines, food, school books and stationary. Click here to find out more. Many airlines and airports also have collection boxes or envelopes where you can donate your coins to charity.
- Save them for another trip - if you think you (or friends or family!) may be visiting a destination where they can use US coins, save them for your next trip.
- Keep them as mementos from your trip – it’s a fun way of remembering all the destinations you’ve visited!
The lowdown on the Canadian dollar
It’s been around since 1853, so the Canadian dollar is one of the oldest currencies around, as well as one of the most stable. It sometimes gets called a petro currency – that means that, because Canada produces oil, the Canadian dollar is worth more when the price of oil goes up and less when it goes down.
If you hear a Canadian say something about a loonie, don’t get offended. It’s their nickname for the one dollar coin, because it has a loon – the national bird of Canada – on one side. Then there’s the two dollar bill, known as a toonie. It’s got a polar bear on it, and Canada’s incredible wildlife, like the caribou and the beaver, makes an appearance on the rest of the coins too. On the other side, there’s Queen Elizabeth, so that should make you feel at home.
*The information contained in this article has been compiled by Travelex from different external sources. The figures provided are indicative only and are there to provide an idea of the amount of travel money you may need during your trip. Travelex does not ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information shown. Nothing in this article is to be considered financial advice. Travelex Limited does not accept any liability for any loss or damage derived from any reliance on the information in this article. Travelex Limited (ABN 36 004 179 953, AFSL Number 222444) arranges for and sells Online Foreign Currency via its Online Ordering Facility. You should consider the Online Foreign Currency Product Disclosure Statement and Terms and Conditions before deciding whether to acquire the product.