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Buying foreign currency

Posted in Currencies

The rates on this page are the rates each institution uses to SELL foreign currency to you.

Typically, banks use the same rate whether they are selling you notes, travellers cheques, or telegraphic transfers (TT).

(This rate is different to the one used when they BUY foreign currency from you. We have a separate page for that here » )

Remember, fees and fee minimums will always apply. Use our online tool to find the best deal inclusive of fees.

The rates on this page are always up-to-date, and are sourced from each institution's web page. REFRESH this page to ensure you have the latest rates.

Code Currency   ANZ ASB BNZ Westpac
             
AUD Australian dollar   0.8757 0.8701 0.8731 0.8714
CAD Canadian dollar   0.8628 0.8630 0.8618 0.8623
CHF Swiss franc   0.7360 0.7340 0.7338
EUR Euro   0.6115 0.6090 0.6096 0.6106
FJD Fiji dollar   1.4480 1.4385 1.438
GBP British pound   0.4814 0.4784 0.4818 0.4819
HKD Hong Kong dollar   5.9656 5.9320 5.9649 5.9857
INR Indian rupee   46.7663 46.3696
SGD Singapore dollar   0.9844 0.9809 0.9816 0.9846
THB Thai bhat   24.7104 24.3560 24.66
USD United States dollar   0.7704 0.7654 0.7716 0.7697
JPY Japanese yen   85.15 85.5556 84.00 84.1812
ZAR South African rand   8.3240 8.3784 8.3285
             
  Fee   1.1% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0%
  Fee minimum   $12 $10 $10 $6

Rates above are current as at 7:27 AM, November 1, 2014

   

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