Where to Find a Great Currency Exchange Rate in Chinatown Sydney
Currency Exchange in Chinatown Sydney
It is possible to exchange money in Chinatown Sydney at a good exchange rate. There’s a range of options to consider – buying currency online, through money changers like Travelex or Travel Money Oz, or at a bank. With so many options available, there is no need to travel into the Sydney CBD to find the best exchange rate.
Where to exchange money in Chinatown Sydney
Chinatown Sydney 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.
|Travelex||724-728 George St||(02) 8861 3828|
|Unimoni||Market City Shopping Centre, 9, r1/20 Hay St||(02) 9194 9101|
|Travelmate Money Exchange||387 Pitt St||(02) 9267 7994|
|Compass Global Markets||World Square Shopping Centre, 33/650 George St||(02) 9283 9792|
|Currency Exchange International||181/569 George St, Sydney NSW 2000||(02) 9269 0400|
|Supapay||388 Sussex St||(02) 9267 8878|
|WeXchange Haymarket||Shop 9, 405-411 Sussex St, Little Hay St||(02) 9281 8610|
|City Forex||2/68-70 Dixon St||(02) 9211 7888|
|Goldmate Foreign Exchange||G1/683-689 George St||(02) 9281 6889|
|Ria Money Transfer||Ground Floor, 810 George St||(02) 9211 4235|
Discount and Promo Codes
Get $10 off your next foreign exchange purchase at Travel Money Oz
How to use your discount code
- We'll send you a code by sms and email.
- Find your nearest Travel Money Oz store. Click here to find your nearest location.
- 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
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.
- Collect your order from the Travel Money Oz store in Chinatown Sydney.
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 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.
Your currency knowledge centre
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.
How to Buy Currency: Online Versus In-Store
Buying travel money online is one way to reduce stress and potentially save time – but are there any disadvantages you need to be aware of?
The Ultimate Guide to Currency Exchange in Australia
There is no single way to exchange currency that is always the cheapest. It really depends on what currency you are buying, how much, and where you are.