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Currency exchange brokers can some of the competitive exchange rates for online australian dollars transfers to Australia. See below for the live interbank exchange rates (margin will be added) for sending money to accounts in Australia:

Compare Exchange Rates When Sending Money to

UK to Australia 1 British Pound = 1.827 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from UK
India to Australia 1 Indian Rupee = 0.019 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from India
Canada to Australia 1 Canadian Dollar = 1.046 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Canada
New Zealand to Australia 1 New Zealand Dollar = 0.927 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from New Zealand
USA to Australia 1 Us Dollar = 1.402 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from USA
France to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from France
Germany to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Germany
Italy to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Italy
South Africa to Australia 1 South African Rand = 0.08 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from South Africa
Spain to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Spain
Thailand to Australia 1 Thai Baht = 0.045 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Thailand
Turkey to Australia 1 Turkish Lira = 0.201 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Turkey
UAE to Australia 1 United Arab Emirates Dirham = 0.382 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from UAE
China to Australia 1 Chinese Yuan = 0.201 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from China
Greece to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Greece
Ireland to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Ireland
Switzerland to Australia 1 Swiss Franc = 1.532 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Switzerland
Sweden to Australia 1 Swedish Krona = 0.16 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Sweden
Russian Federation to Australia 1 Russian Rouble = 0.019 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Russian Federation
Norway to Australia 1 Norwegian Krone = 0.153 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Norway
Portugal to Australia 1 Euro = 1.65 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Portugal
Mexico to Australia 1 Mexican Peso = 0.062 Australian Dollars Send Money to Australia from Mexico

What's The Cheaptest Way to Transfer Money to Australia?

If you compare the cost of sending money abroad to Australia, you'll be surprised at the difference between the rates offered by the various banks and brokers. For both smaller regular overseas mortgage payments and larger one-off transactions foreign exchange brokers can be cheaper compared to the high street banks. Generally speaking currency brokers don't charge fees and get a competitive exchange rate.

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