Where to Find the Best Currency Exchange Rates in the Sydney CBD

We’ve done some of the hard work for you by comparing the exchange rates of outlets to buy travel money in the Sydney CBD. We looked at the rates we could get when buying $1000AUD worth of a range of different currencies.

Generally we discovered;

  • It’s better to buy travel money in the Sydney CBD if you’re buying more common currencies, such as US dollars, Euros or even Japanese Yen.
  • Quiet a few places charged a fee or commission. Some of these locations waived the fee if you were buying a certain amount of currency.
  • We found a range in fee structure between different outlets too. Some would charge a flat fee (usually around $10), some a small percentage, and some would be completely fee free.

 

Research is key, so dive into our guide and find the best options for you in Sydney’s CBD!

If you want to find the best exchange rates to transfer money into a bank account overseasclick here to compare Australian banks and money transfer specialists.

Where We Found the Best Exchange Rates in Sydney

Travelmate @ 387 Pitt Street, Sydney

UAE Exchange @ 100 Market Street

KVB Kunlun @ Level 33, 1 Farrer Place

KVB Kunlun @ Level 33, 1 Farrer Place

Travel Money Oz @ 399 George St, Sydney

WeXchange @ 9/405 Little Hay St, Sydney

WeXchange @ 9/405 Little Hay St, Sydney

Travel Money Oz @ 399 George St, Sydney

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