Currency of Australia: Australian dollar $
The Australian Dollar is the currency used in the following 8 countries: Australia, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Heard & McDonald Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Norfolk Island, Tuvalu. The code of Australian dollar is AUD. We use $ as symbol of Australian dollar. The Australian Dollar is divided in 100 cents. AUD is regulated by Reserve Bank of Australia.
Did you know:
- The most popular conversions of Australian dollar are AUD/Malaysian ringgit AUD/euro AUD/Indian rupee AUD/South Sudanese pound
- the Australian dollar was introduced in 14 Feb 1966 (53 years ago).
- There are 6 coins for the Australian dollar ( 5c , 10c , 20c , 50c , $1 and $2 ),
- the Australian dollar has 5 banknotes ( $5 , $10 , $20 , $50 and $100 )
The aussie, the Australian currency
As a member of the Commonwealth, Australia is «obliged» to feature its monarch on its currency. You’ll find Queen Elizabeth II on the back of all Australian coins since 1966. If you are a collector, you can see her age throughout the coin series. On the front of the coins, the Australians feature emblematic animals of the country: the duck-billed platypus, the lyra bird and even the kangaroo and the emu.
You won’t find the queen on the very colorful Australian banknotes. However, you’ll observe on both sides of every note Australian figureheads who have made Australian history and have built the country’s independence such as Henry Parkes, the «Father of the Federation» at the end of the 19th century, but also cultural icons of the country such as Andrew Barton Paterson, one of the greatest writers and poets and Nellie Melba, a virtuoso soprano of the early 20th century.
The Australian dollar, or «aussie» for currency traders, are very modern banknotes made of tear-proof plastic and is very widely used in the country; cash is used to pay rent, for example.
Converter Australian dollar
The AUD converter is provided without any warranty. Prices might differ from those given by financial institutions as banks, brokers or money transfer companies.
|Malaysian ringgit to Australian dollar||1 MYR = 0.3446 AUD|
|euro to Australian dollar||1 EUR = 1.5892 AUD|
|Indian rupee to Australian dollar||1 INR = 0.0203 AUD|
|South Sudanese pound to Australian dollar||1 SSP = 0.0109 AUD|
|Philippine peso to Australian dollar||1 PHP = 0.0273 AUD|
|Sri Lankan rupee to Australian dollar||1 LKR = 0.0081 AUD|
|Singapore dollar to Australian dollar||1 SGD = 1.0458 AUD|
|Thai baht to Australian dollar||1 THB = 0.0444 AUD|
|Vanuatu vatu to Australian dollar||1 VUV = 0.0128 AUD|
|Indonesian rupiah to Australian dollar||1 IDR = 0.0001 AUD|
|South African rand to Australian dollar||1 ZAR = 0.0987 AUD|
|Papua New Guinean kina to Australian dollar||1 PGK = 0.4199 AUD|
|Mauritian rupee to Australian dollar||1 MUR = 0.0406 AUD|
|CFP franc to Australian dollar||1 XPF = 0.0133 AUD|
|Bangladeshi taka to Australian dollar||1 BDT = 0.0169 AUD|
Enter the amount to convert at the top and choose a second currency., You can also get the history of the price rate by clicking on the "convert" button., If you want to see the parity of the AUD currency with other currencies, go to the table " Australian dollar exchange rate" below.
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