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AUD to INR - Exchange Rates Guide

Australian Dollar to Indian Rupee exchange rates can vary significantly for International Money Transfers and Travel Money/Card transactions as shown below.


AUD/INR exchange rate (wholesale):

1 AUD = 52.73 INR

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AUD to INR chart and trends
AUD to INR at 52.72 was trading 5% above AVG:50.19 with LO:45.82 and HI:52.95 (90 days). ALERTS: Today AUD/INR was UP 1% and also rose to 14-DAY HIGHS.

Australian Dollar to Indian Rupee - Quick Conversions

A$ 1 52.73
A$ 5 263.65
A$ 10 527.30
A$ 20 1,055
A$ 50 2,637
A$ 100 5,273
A$ 250 13,183
A$ 500 26,365
A$ 1,000 52,730
A$ 2,000 105,460
A$ 5,000 263,650
A$ 10,000 527,300
A$ 50,000 2,636,500
A$ 100,000 5,273,000
More amounts
A$ 0.0190 ₹ 1
A$ 0.0948 ₹ 5
A$ 0.1896 ₹ 10
A$ 0.3793 ₹ 20
A$ 0.9482 ₹ 50
A$ 1.8964 ₹ 100
A$ 4.7410 ₹ 250
A$ 9.4820 ₹ 500
A$ 18.96 ₹ 1,000
A$ 37.93 ₹ 2,000
A$ 94.82 ₹ 5,000
A$ 189.64 ₹ 10,000
A$ 948.20 ₹ 50,000
A$ 1,896 ₹ 100,000
More amounts

To calculate other AUD/INR amounts try our home-page Convert AUD to INR quick converter.

Comparing Retail Exchange Rates

The total cost for 'Retail' exchange rates you receive from your bank or foreign exchange provider consists of the margin from the 'Wholesale' rate (interbank mid-rate) plus any fixed or percentage fees.

These margins and fees can vary significantly for International Money Transfers, Travel Money and prepaid multi-currency Travel Card transactions. Also the exchange rate margin will also vary depending on the currency pair and total amount.


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Australian Dollar and Indian Rupee Forecasts

A decrease in AUD/INR is expected in 2020, and that's bad news for Indian expat workers, who represent one of the largest groups remitting money from Australia.  Read AUD to INR Forecast

When determining the best time to make a foreign exchange transaction, in this case the AUD vs INR, you should pay attention to the recent market trends for both currencies.

Australian Dollar (AUD)

Westpac have raised their forecast for the Aussie dollar to US 72 cents by the end of 2020 (from US 68 cents) and rising to US 76 cents in 2021.

In the second quarter of 2020 AUD staged a rapid recovery through the months of April, May and into June up 25% from its mid-March lows to US70c in early June. This is due more to the perceived benefits to Australia of an awakening post-pandemic Chinese economy than the political-social situtation in the US dpressing the USD.

The Aussie had been savaged in March sliding to US55 cents the lowest since 2003. Growing fears of the coronavirus outbreak moved the market into safer currencies such as the USD and away from AUD, NZD and CAD.

The virus was a double blow to the Aussie after the earlier threat of proxy war between the US and Iran in Iraq had also pared back some of the gains the Aussie had made coming into the New Year.

The Australian dollar had started the new decade strongly climbing to multi-month highs helped along by cooling trade tensions between the United States and China and optimism for global economic growth in the year ahead.

The Aussie broke back over US70 cents on the final day of 2019 — a level not seen since mid year. During December the Australian dollar reversed direction (again) and climbed steadily back up against the US dollar on the back of the strength of the housing market and a market perception that further interest rate cuts were less likely.

Read more in the article AUD Forecasts.


Indian Rupee (INR)

NAB told Bloomberg TV that it sees a recovery in Asian currencies in the 2nd half of the year if the coronavirus comes under control.

In 2019 the rupee did remarkably well despite a 35 percent rise in the oil price last year (oil is India's largest import).

In early May 2019, by the narrowest of margins, the rupee reached a 16-month high against the Australian dollar (₹48.4), before falling back slightly. It rose towards long-term highs against the euro (₹77.3) and was flat on the year against the US dollar (₹69.2), although it was 8 percent higher against the greenback than it had been in October of 2018.

Read more in the article INR Forecasts.

How to get Best AUD to INR Exchange Rates

All foreign exchange providers charge a fee for providing their service and this fee is usually contained within the exchange rate margin (or difference to the mid-rate).

The transaction margin you end up being charged can be considerably reduced by around a few percent (of total amount being exchanged) for travel money and possibly over 5% to 6% when sending money. The exact potential savings depends on the currencies being exchanged and the amount you are transferring and if you are willing to shop around.

Our real-time foreign transfer and travel money/cards comparison calculators make shopping around easy and help you calculate how much you can save.


What is a good AUD to INR exchange rate?

This is always a difficult question as exchange rates are influenced by many factors, so a good method to consider the Australian Dollar vs Indian Rupee current value is to look the AUD/INR historic rate and change over a range of periods.

The following table looks at the change in the AUD to INR exchange rate over periods from the previous week back to the last 10 years.

AUD/INR rateChangePeriod
07 Jul 2020 : 51.99961% ▲1 Week
14 Jun 2020 : 51.84621.3% ▲30 Days
15 Apr 2020 : 48.26238.8% ▲90 Days
15 Jul 2019 : 48.23808.9% ▲1 Year
16 Jul 2015 : 47.041811.7% ▲5 Years
17 Jul 2010 : 40.999128.1% ▲10 Years
AUD/INR 10 year historic rates & changes to 14-Jul-2020 : 52.5301

When is the best time to exchange AUD to INR?

Getting a good market rate is all about timing to help with this you can use BER Smart Alerts to make the most of currency movements.

Rather than requiring you to set a target rate, our rate alerts work differently. We check for daily high/lows and changes (up/down) over a range of periods up to 90 days rather than requiring you to set target rates.

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