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AUD to NZD Exchange Rate

Code NZD
Symbol $
Coins
Cents & dollars - 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, $2
Banknotes
Dollars - $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

COVID-19 Business Update

Please note, due to the impact of COVID-19, our stores are temporarily closed until after international travel resumes. While our stores are closed, we only have rates for buying or reloading our prepaid Currency Pass, we do not have rates available for foreign cash until we re-open.

Buying New Zealand Dollars

  • Budget planning tool

    Punch in your holiday deets in the tool below to help you plan your spending money.

  • No commission

    No commission on foreign exchange rates when you order with Travel Money Oz.

  • Pick up locally

    With stores across Australia, you can securely pick up your New Zealand Dollars with no hassles.

Planning Your Trip

Holiday Budget Calculator

We get it, doing your holiday budget is a snore fest. It's important though, so we've made it super easy for you to do now. Just punch in your holiday deets and we'll combine destination spend data with our exchange rates so you know how much to take. Easy peasy budget donesy!

Inspiration

About the currency

Coins and notes

What’s the most useless coin in circulation in Australia? Just to prove how in-with-the-times our Kiwi cousins are, they’ve already gone ahead and ditched the 5c piece. Otherwise, their coins are the same as ours – valued at 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2. Their notes are going to look familiar too, at $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100.

Facts about the currency

  • Be warned: you’ll cop some hard-hitting and hard-to-understand questions at the airport if you try entering with more than NZD $10,000 in cash, so make sure you fill out a Border Cash report if you need more than that.
  • The ‘kiwi’ was one of the proposed names for the kiwi currency, which sadly wasn’t selected – but that hasn’t stopped traders from calling it the ‘kiwi’ anyway.
  • The Kiwis have some amazing laws stopping people from going nuts paying for things with coins – you can’t use any more than $5 worth of coins individually worth less than $1 – so no paying for a movie ticket with 10c pieces (you’d miss your movie anyway).
  • If you slip a sneaky Australian coin in the mix with your New Zealand dollars, the nicer shopkeepers might not mind – but only if you’re really nice to them too.