Travel Money Oz has 130+ stores across Australia that stay open late and on weekends, 24x7 online orders and friendly phone service available. Offering 60+ currencies to buy and sell, travel money cards, international transfers and travel insurance.
Travel Money Oz – Foreign Cash
Order Online for better rates and pickup in-store, with Travel Money Oz online orders are fee and commission-free. The rates shown are online sell rates. Instore rates may differ. Minimum order amount is AUD $500 and maximum is AUD $10,000 (foreign currency equivalent) per order.
PLEASE NOTE: A card surcharge of up to 1% will apply to online orders should you select to pay by Credit card.
How you pay will affect how soon you can pick up your order in-store. Need your cash in a hurry? Pay by debit/credit card and collect at a Travel Money Oz store (Min. 3 business days required).
If you can wait 5 business days, then select BPAY and save yourself up to 1% credit card surcharge.
Credit Card Surcharge: You can choose to pay for your online order by MasterCard or Visa credit card, however, a card surcharge of up to 1% of the total order amount is payable, as charged by the Card Merchant. In addition, your card issuer may also charge a separate cash advance fee.
Travel Money Oz – Currency Pass (Travel Card)
With your Travel Money Oz Currency Pass you can load up to 10 currencies – USD, EUR, GBP, NZD, CAD, HKD, JPY, SGD, THB & AUD onto your card.
Lock in your exchange rate – the day you load your currency, your spending money is set at that rate.
Use it globally – wherever Mastercard is accepted, your card is accepted; including at ATMs.
Travel Money Oz Exchange Rates
This table shows Travel Money Oz exchange rates for travel money. The percentages with the rates show how much margin is charged compared to the market mid-rate. The table is updated hourly, for the latest comparison goto our comparison calculator for Travel Money.
Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:05 AEST
Both the Australian dollar and British pound sterling have had a hard time of late caught between the rock of the China/US trade war and the Brexit hard place.
Last update: 13 Aug, 2019
The RBA has cut Australian interest rates to a record low of 1 percent in an effort to boost inflation. The Australian dollar is slightly stronger following the widely expected decision but is expected to lose 5–7 percent of its value before year-end.
Last update: 14 Aug, 2019
The British pound was the worst-performing major currency in the April-June period and remains “impossible to forecast” amid a Tory leadership battle that might force “no deal” or a general election.
Last update: 30 Jun, 2019