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Most banks and bureaux de change add on various margins to the British Pound to Australian Dollar exchange rate that customers are not aware of making it harder for you to compare exchange rates on offer. We have gone one step further. To offer you low-cost exchange rates on your travel money whilst giving you access to the live interbank exchange rate for GBP/AUD at the point of when you transact for complete transparency. Compare our currency exchange rates and see how much you could save. So, if you are looking for the best place to buy Australian Dollar, then you are at the right place.

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Log in to your account or visit the home page and select the currency Australian Dollar and confirm the amount you wish to buy

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The Currency Club provides you with access to the live interbank exchange rate on all currency orders before giving you are best exchange rate so whether your need is Australian dollars for holiday money or you need to send money abroad, we will always provide you with a transparent service!

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How to get the best GBP to AUD exchange rate

Always start your search online. Not only do online providers usually have stock of Australian Dollar, but you can receive it next day, delivered securely to you at home. Just make sure you give yourself enough time before you travel.Also, if you need to transfer money to Australia, we will do that as well.

Make sure you compare as many providers exchange rates as possible. The providers will always quote different exchange rates as their margins are kept within the rate of exchange.

You can buy Australian Dollar from The Currency Club at their best exchange rate with no hidden fees.

Is it cheaper to Buy Australian Dollar in Australia?

This is dependent on many factors, just like in the united kingdom, it depends where you buy Australian dollars from. If you choose to get them from a bank or a high street operator, then it is likely that you wont get a good rate of exchange.

You can always secure yourself with the best rate of exchange and at the lowest fees in the UK in advance of your travel to Australia.

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Australia is famous for a number of things, including:

1. The Great Barrier Reef: Located off the coast of Queensland, it is one of the world's most stunning coral reef systems.

2. The Outback: Vast and remote space which mainly is completely deserted area covering much of the central area of the country.

3. Koalas and Kangaroos: These incredible animals are iconic to native Australia and can be found in sanctuaries and wildlife parks all over the country.

4. The Sydney Opera House: As one of the most recognizable buildings in the world, it's a phenomenal architectural work of art.

5. Surfing: Australia produces some of the top surfers in the world and is home to some of the world's best surfing beaches.

6. Indigenous culture: Australia's Native people have a rich and diverse cultural tradition, which includes, dance, art and music.

7. Sports: Australians absolute love sports, with cricket, rugby, and Football (it's a whole different set of Australian rules) being particularly popular.

8. Wine: Australia is renowned for producing some of the best grapes for wine production, The most famous wine regions include the Barossa Valley and Margaret River.

9. Beaches: Australia is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the world, including Bondi Beach and Surfers Paradise. There are thousands of kilometers of coastline to discover.

10. Natural wonders: Australia is also home to some incredible natural wonders, which include the Blue Mountains, Uluru (Ayers Rock), and the Twelve Apostles.

Australia has been a true adopter of multiculturalism and benefits from a diverse food scene, influenced by the wonderful cultures that have made their way to Australia. Some of the most famous foods in Australia are:

1. Vegemite: A dark silky brown viscous spread made from yeast extract chosen to be eaten on toast for breakfast.

2. Meat pies: A savory pie filled with gravy and minced meat which is usually served with tomato sauce.

3. Lamingtons: A traditional Australian cake made of sponge cake filled with jam and cream and then coated in chocolate and desiccated coconut.

4. Tim Tams: A cream filled chocolate-coated biscuit often accompanied with a cup of tea or coffee.

5. Fish and chips: A popular british takeaway meal consisting of battered and fried fish and thick-cut potato chips.

6. Pavlova: A dessert made from a meringue base topped with fresh fruit and whipped cream.

7. Barramundi: A type of fish regularly found in Australian waters, often served grilled or pan-fried.

8. Sausage sizzles: Usually an event or fundraising in Australia, where sausages are cooked on a barbecue and served on a slice of bread with onions and tomato sauce.

9. Chiko rolls: A snack food filled with meat and vegetables and cooked by deep frying, comparable to a spring roll.

10. Anzac biscuits: A sweet biscuit made with golden syrup and oats, traditionally eaten on Anzac Day (April 25th) to honor Australian and New Zealand soldiers who served in World War I.

The best time to travel to Australia really comes down to the area that you want to travel to and what you plan to do during your trip. Australia is a large country with a varied climate, so weather conditions can vary significantly between parts of the country and seasons. Here are some general points for to you consider when travelling to different parts of Australia:

1. Summer (December to February): With high temperatures and lots of sunshine, this is Australia's busiest travel season. Beaches, national parks, and other outdoor attractions are ideal to visit now.

2. Autumn (March to May): With temperate weather and fewer tourists, this is a terrific season to travel throughout much of Australia. It's a great time to go hiking, explore the cities, or go to cultural events.

3. Winter (June to August): With milder temperatures and fewer visitors, this is the off-season in most of Australia. It's a great time to go whale watching on the southern coast or to ski resorts in the southern states.

4. Spring (September to November): With temperate temperatures and lovely wildflowers in bloom, this is an excellent season to travel to many parts of Australia. It's a terrific time to go trekking, tour the countryside, or take in activities and festivals.

Notably, there are distinct rainy and dry seasons in the Northern Territory and some areas of Western Australia, both of which have tropical climates. The best time to visit these locations is typically during the dry season (May to October), when the weather is pleasant and sunny. Even yet, some places may experience floods during the wet season (November to April).

A week's worth of travel in Australia that visits some of the most well-known locations:

Day 1: Sydney
Upon arrival in Sydney, spend the day discovering the city's famous sites, including Bondi Beach, the Sydney Opera House, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Explore the historic Rocks neighbourhood, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, or the Royal Botanic Garden.

Day 2: Blue Mountains
Take a day trip to the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its stunning wildlife and beautiful scenery.
Make the most of the scenic train ride, and to experience panoramic views of the Three Sisters rock formation hike to Echo Point, and visit the pleasant mountain towns of Katoomba or Leura.

Day 3: Melbourne
Fly into Melbourne and spend the day exploring the city's culinary scene and vibrant culture.
Visit the National Gallery of Victoria, take a walk along the Yarra River or explore the trendy neighborhoods of Fitzroy or St. Kilda.

Day 4: Great Ocean Road
Take a day trip along the Great Ocean Road, one of Australia's most scenic coastal drives.
Visit the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and other natural wonders, and spot the stunning animals of Australia, kangaroos, koalas and whales.

Day 5: Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Fly to Uluru and spend the day discovering the sacred site of the Anangu people, the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
Take a guided tour of the rock art and learn about the indigenous culture. Don’t forget to experience sunrise and sunset over Uluru

Day 6: Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef
Fly into Cairns and spend the day discovering one of the world's greatest natural wonders, The Great Barrier Reef
How about taking a snorkeling or diving tour? Make sure you visit the Green Island or Fitzroy Island or if its within budget take a charming ride in a helicopter.

Day 7: Daintree Rainforest
Take a day trip to the Daintree Rainforest, the world's oldest rainforest and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Explore the walking trails and wildlife followed by a visit to the Mossman Gorge or take a boat tour on the Daintree River.

The itinerary covers some of the best locations in Australia, but there are many other areas to visit depending on your interests and preferences. Be sure to check local weather conditions and plan accordingly.

Here are some of the most affordable transportation options in Australia but please note that it is totally dependent on how far you are travelling and the mode of transport that you decide to use.

1. Public Transport: Australia has a great public transport system, including buses, trains, and trams, which can be a low-cost way to travel around the cities. Many cities offer discounted travel passes or smart cards for frequent travelers.

2. Ridesharing: Ridesharing services such as Uber and Ola are available in most major cities in Australia and can be a cheaper alternative to taxis. Ridesharing apps often offer discounts or promotions for first-time users or frequent riders.

3. Cycling: Cycling is a popular mode of transport in Australia, with many cities offering bike-sharing schemes or bike rental services. Cycling can be an affordable and environmentally-friendly way to explore the city or commute to work.

4. Hitchhiking: Hitchhiking is legal in some parts of Australia, and many travelers use this as a free or low-cost way to travel long distances. However, hitchhiking can be unpredictable, and it's essential to take safety precautions.

5. Walking: Walking is always free and can be an enjoyable way to explore the city or get some exercise. Many cities in Australia have pedestrian-friendly areas and walkways.

It's worth noting that Australia is a vast country, and long-distance travel can be expensive, especially if you are flying or taking long-distance trains. It's always a good idea to compare prices and book in advance to get the best deals.

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Frequently asked questions

The currency code for the Australian dollar is AUD.

Fluctuations of the exchange rate happen daily as a result of market conditions, but you can check live interbank exchange rate through free to use apps such as Xe, Oanda and transactional exchange rates with your currency exchange, bank or online currency broker.

Australian banknotes are available in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.

The current circulated coins in Australia consist of the 5, 10, 20, and 50 cent coins, as well as the $1 and $2 coins.

While the Australian dollar is not widely used or accepted outside of Australia, it can be converted for other currencies at bureau de change or banks and other currency exchanges in other countries.

There is currently no limit on the amount of Australian currency that you can take out of the country, however it is important to check with your local home office or the Australian Central Bank website as you may need to declare amounts over a certain threshold.

You may be happy to know that tipping is not all that common in Australia as it is in many other countries, but it is still welcomed for great service. A standard tip is 10% of the total bill, but remember it is totally up to your discretion.

There is currently no tourist tax in Australia, but goods and services are subject to a 10% GST (Goods and Services Tax)

The population of Australia is approximately 25.7 million people as of 2021.

Australia is not part of the European Union. It is a member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum and is located in the Southern Hemisphere.

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The Currency Club is the UK's leading online transparent foreign exchange specialist. Whether you need to buy travel money or send money internationally at low cost, transact at the best exchange rates with direct visibility of the live interbank exchange rate every time before you transact.

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