Bank of Queensland currency exchange services offer very competitive exchange rates on the following products :
- foreign cash
- travellers cheques
- pre-paid travel money cards (referred to as Cash Passport cards)
You can purchase foreign cash on-line via the BOQ Website with no purchase fee, foreign cash is also available via all BOQ branches, where a fee applies
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Updated: 19 Apr, 2019
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Updated: 18 Apr, 2019
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Updated: 15 Apr, 2019
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