Canberra Currency Exchange Hot Spots

Currency Exchange in Canberra

Currency exchange can be daunting, so let us help you find the best places in Canberra to exchange money.

Here's a snapshot of the other options including ordering currency online and picking it up in person.

Where to exchange money in Canberra

Canberra has a range of different money changers. This is the best way to get popular currency quickly.

You can save on currency exchange even through a bank. Most people try to avoid using a bank, but they are the best option for uncommon or exotic currencies. Due to the larger stocks and variety of currencies, bank exchange rates will be comparatively better than money changers.

Most banks don't hold currency in each branch. So if you do want to use your bank to buy currency, you'll need to order it online and pick it up from the local branch.

Money Changer Address Phone
Travel Money Oz Canberra Centre, Shop EGK24/148 Bunda St 1300 820 856
Travelex Canberra Centre, EG11B, Bunda St (02) 6257 0428
Unimoni Shop 2, 13-15 Garema Place (02) 6129 0301
Travelex Jolimont Centre, c/o Australia Post, 53-73 Alinga St (02) 6247 2496

Discount and Promo Codes

Get $10 off your next foreign exchange purchase at Travel Money Oz

How to use your discount code

  1. We'll send you a code by sms and email.
  2. Find your nearest Travel Money Oz store. Click here to find your nearest location.
  3. When you are in the store, quote your discount code and get $10 off your transaction.
Terms and Conditions

Offer is valid for new in-store transactions only and cannot be applied to previous or incomplete transactions. A customer must visit a store and display their promo code to receive the $10 discount. Customers may redeem the promotion once per qualifying transaction.
Please ask your Travel Money Oz (or NZ) consultant for current rates.
The minimum spend amount, where applicable, is displayed in AUD.
Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.

Get better exchange rates online

Quite often, ordering online is the cheapest and easiest way to buy currency. It usually takes between 2 and 5 business days before the currency is ready, so you can't do it at the last minute.

How to order currency online

1

Select your currency and amount Then choose delivery or pick-up

2

Pay Pay by card, Bpay or bank transfer

3

Get your cash In 2-5 business days

Exchange Rates, Fees & Tips

Delivery

  • You can pay by Bpay or bank transfer.
  • It takes up to 7 days depending on your location.
  • Choose your cash denominations like small, medium, large or mixed.

Click and Collect

  • Don't pay by card. There is card processing fee. You can avoid it by using Bpay instead.
  • It takes 2-7 days depending on how you pay and where you pick it up from.
  • Travelex have the most pick-up locations including Australia Post (which comes with a fee) and every major airport.

Money exchange reviews

Travel Money Oz Review

Travel Money Oz have excellent service both in-store and over the phone. They have very good rates online, but store rates vary. There are no fees and ID is required for amounts over $1000.

Unimoni (formally UAE Exchange)

Unimoni (formally known as UAE Exchange) have friendly, professional service with some of the best exchange rates for cash. There are bank limits for eftpos and photo ID is required.

Travelex

Travelex have an exceptional range of products, payment options and a good stock of currencies. Their foreign exchange rates are much better if you order online and pick up in-store.

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