In this article we take a look at Travelex Australia exchange rates and foreign currency services. Getting your travel money from the local Travelex branch is convenient but with a little planning (and ordering online) you can also save money for your next trip abroad.
Travelex Australia branches are a one stop shop, providing tons of helpful services to help you prep for an overseas trip. Travelex Australia provides foreign currency exchange, travel money cards, traveller’s cheques and foreign money transfer to bank accounts or cash pickup.
Travelex provides an extensive and convenient branch network for people who prefer to do their foreign exchange in person at the local branch or last minute at the airport. This convenience comes at a cost with higher exchange rate margins, however, these can be minimised by pre-ordering your foreign cash online for pickup at the Travelex branch or another convenient location.
|Currency||Airport Rate||Online Rate||Online Saving|
The important thing to know here is that you can get better rates online than available in branch and especially at the airport.
Click on the link below to order your travel money online from Travelex and select to pick up at your foreign cash at your nearest located branch or even at the airport.
Save money for your trip by ordering your foreign cash online from Travelex, you can still pickup your money in person at any Travelex branch.
Note a $10 collection fee applies for Travelex Australia foreign currency collections or Travelex home delivery orders that are under $AUD1,000.
This table shows Travelex 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.
|Travelex , 1AUD=||Travel Money|
|AED - UAE dirham||2.2986 (10.14%)|
|ARS - Argentine peso||8.377 (464.88%)|
|ARS - Argentine peso||35.5073 (33.27%)|
|BHD - Bahraini dinar||0.2294 (13.47%)|
|BND - Brunei dollar||0.8517 (13.17%)|
|BRL - Brazilian real||2.7351 (31.07%)|
|CAD - Canadian dollar||0.8617 (8.18%)|
|CHF - Swiss franc||0.6082 (9.04%)|
|CLP - Chilean peso||477.3071 (12.25%)|
|CNY - Chinese yuan||4.4683 (9.69%)|
|CZK - Czech Republic koruna||14.5323 (12.23%)|
|DKK - Danish krone||4.1758 (9.7%)|
|EGP - Egyptian pound||9.4163 (17.67%)|
|EUR - Euro||0.5844 (5.17%)|
|FJD - Fijian dollar||1.4624 (2.84%)|
|GBP - British pound sterling||0.5195 (5.45%)|
|HKD - Hong Kong dollar||4.8717 (9.66%)|
|HRK - Croatian kuna||4.2287 (10.1%)|
|HUF - Hungarian forint||189.0264 (12.48%)|
|IDR - Indonesian rupiah||9492.286 (3.05%)|
|ILS - Israeli New Sheqel||2.1301 (12.38%)|
|INR - Indian rupee||44.581 (16.62%)|
|ISK - Icelandic krona||76.9771 (20.56%)|
|JPY - Japanese yen||70.775 (5.96%)|
|KRW - South Korean won||751.9748 (11.56%)|
|KWD - Kuwaiti dinar||0.1817 (16.9%)|
|LKR - Sri Lankan rupee||113.2687 (12.84%)|
|MAD - Moroccan Dirham||5.6005 (19.63%)|
|MOP - Macanese pataca||4.6467 (18.15%)|
|MUR - Mauritian rupee||24.3205 (13.77%)|
|MXN - Mexican peso||13.0372 (14.37%)|
|MYR - Malaysian ringgit||2.6916 (9.27%)|
|NOK - Norwegian krone||5.966 (9.63%)|
|NPR - Nepalese rupee||67.4794 (22.48%)|
|NZD - New Zealand dollar||1.028 (4.98%)|
|OMR - Omani rial||0.2362 (12.36%)|
|PGK - Papua New Guinean kina||2.0267 (17.49%)|
|PHP - Philippine peso||30.4659 (12.85%)|
|PKR - Pakistani rupee||101.0479 (12.53%)|
|PLN - Polish zloty||2.4086 (11.92%)|
|QAR - Qatari rial||2.2811 (10.02%)|
|RUB - Russian ruble||42.173 (11.64%)|
|SAR - Saudi riyal||2.3051 (12.23%)|
|SBD - Solomon Islands dollar||4.8416 (18.69%)|
|SEK - Swedish krona||5.8385 (9.68%)|
|SGD - Singapore dollar||0.906 (6.4%)|
|THB - Thai baht||20.2885 (7.35%)|
|TOP - Tongan paanga||1.3463 (16.04%)|
|TRY - Turkish lira||4.1661 (11.53%)|
|TWD - New Taiwan dollar||19.6706 (4.83%)|
|USD - U.S. dollar||0.6661 (3.48%)|
|VND - Vietnamese Dong||13812.5933 (15.55%)|
|VUV - Vanuatu vatu||75.312 (8.91%)|
|WST - Samoan tala||1.5929 (17.93%)|
|XPF - CFP franc||70.6779 (3.77%)|
|ZAR - South African rand||10.7655 (9.24%)|
Wed Jun 3, 2020 19:05 AEST
It is possible to send money abroad with Travelex however for better exchange rates we recommend for bank to bank transfers, it is always better to use a FX specialist:
Order foreign cash online for pick-up at your local Travelex branch or the airport – Save Time & Money.
To help you choose between Travelex and Travel Money Oz the following live exchange rates table shows who has the best exchange rate when ordering foreign currency online.
Last update: 13 May, 2020
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Last update: 13 May, 2020
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