Where to Find the Best Currency Exchange Rates in Parramatta
Beat the money changer rates with a prepaid travel card
Going to a currency exchange before a holiday can be exciting, but you will often be paying hidden fees that are baked into the exchange rate.
With a prepaid travel card from Wise, you get the market exchange rate (the one you see on Google) with low fees and complete transparency.
Currency Exchange in Parramatta
Parramatta gives you so many money exchange options to convert your cash, there is no need to travel to the CBD to find the best exchange rate.
Where to exchange money in Parramatta
Parramatta has a range of different money changers. This is the best way to get popular currency quickly.
If you need foreign exchange for less common currencies like Thai Baht (THB) or Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), these stores can sometimes hold a limited stock and their exchange rates are less competitive. Contrary to popular belief, using an Australian bank to buy your overseas holiday cash isn’t always the most expensive option. In fact, it can sometimes be the cheapest way to buy it.
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.
|Travel Money Oz||Shop 3079, Westfield Parramatta at 159-175 Church St||1300 452 353|
|Travelex||Shop 3083/159-175 Church St, Parramatta||1800 440 039|
|Unimoni||Greenway Plaza, 1/222 Church St, Parramatta||(02) 8841 0901|
|Lotus Exchange||Westfield Parramatta at 159-175 Church St||(02) 9806 0955|
|Wallstreet Foreign Exchange||4 Charles Street||(02) 8626 8775|
|ANZ Bank||219 Church Street or at the mall||13 13 14|
|Commonwealth Bank||Corner of George and Church Street or shop 3050 at the mall||13 22 21|
|Westpac Bank||Corner of George and Church Street or 126 Church Street||132 032|
|National Australia Bank||28 George Street or at the mall||13 22 65|
|Bank of Queensland||354 Church Street||1300 557 272|
|Bendigo Bank||198 Church Street||1300 236 344|
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
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.
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