Exchanging money doesn't have to be a stressful chore, especially when you have a variety of places to buy travel money in Hobart. Here are important things you should know about getting the best exchange rate from different money exchangers based on the type of currency and amount you have.

Hobart has a range of different currency specialists:

  • Travel Money Oz
    : 84 Liverpool St, Hobart TAS 7000
  • Travelex
    : (Inside Helloworld) Shop 1, Wellington Centre, Liverpool Street, Hobart TAS 7000

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Other Currencies

When it comes to buying or selling less common currencies like South African Rand (ZAR) or Singapore Dollars (SGD), visit a bank. You’d be surprised at the better exchange rate the banks can offer.

Big 4 banks in Hobart:

ANZ: 61/63 Liverpool St, Hobart TAS 7000

CBA: 109 Collins St, Hobart TAS 7000

NAB: 86 Collins St, Hobart TAS 7000

Westpac: Wellington Centre, 15/60 Liverpool St, Hobart TAS 7000

To work out if a bank is the cheapest way to buy your currency, make sure you compare exchange rates.

Our Verdict: When buying less common currencies like South African Rand (ZAR) or Singapore Dollars (SGD), an Australian bank may turn out to be the cheapest option.


Can I send money overseas from anywhere in Hobart?

While you have the option to send money overseas at a bank or money changer, it usually isn’t the best way to transfer money.

There is no one specific way to send money overseas. Since there are many options for you to choose from, we suggest you do your research online before deciding the right method for you.

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Can I buy a Travel Money Card in Hobart?

Yes, you have the option to buy a travel money card over the counter at most banks or money changers. While buying a travel money card on the spot is convenient, it won’t have your name on it. Alternatively, you can order and load your card online and arrange a time and place to pick it up.

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Is there an easier way to find the best deal in Hobart?

If you’d prefer to have someone else do the running around to find the best exchange rate, you can call The Currency Shop. For amounts over $5,000 we will compare the exchange rates in Hobart to the best deals in the city and let you know where the most competitive rate is.


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Helping You Save Money on Currency

Buying travel money or transferring money overseas can be expensive and confusing. So how do you make the best choice and get the most out of your money?

An easy way is to use a comparison table for either international money transfers or currency exchange. These tables list and compare the banks with other large foreign exchange companies.

We’ve also put together tons of helpful videosguides and reviews that will help you make the right decision. You can work out a cheaper way of converting currency while still keeping your money safe.