Australian Dollar to Euro

Wholesale exchange rate updated less than 1 min ago
1 AUD => 0.6184 EUR
1 EUR => 1.6172 AUD
High: 0.6198
Low: 0.6182
Average: 0.6192

You should know

Please understand that these rates are NOT the exchange rates that The Currency Shop is offering today.
The rates displayed are the “interbank” or “wholesale” exchange rates that you can find on Google or XE
We show these rates so you can compare them to what each money changer, bank and transfer provider are offering.

Compare exchange rates from Australian banks and foreign exchange leaders.

AUD to EUR Forecasts

Major Bank Forecasts for 2019 Compared

With so many moving parts influencing the Australian dollar and the Euro, what are the major banks saying about the AUD to EUR next year?
This article shows the different bank outlooks and is updated regularly.

Cheaper Ways to Transfer Money to Europe

There is no single way to transfer money that is the cheapest. It comes down to your where you are transferring the money to.

That's why we've put together some guides to each country.

It's hard to get the best exchange rate to transfer Euros overseas

Nearly every bank and money transfer company offer a different exchange rate to transfer Euros from Australia.

Hardly any of them offer the best rate you see on Google or XE.

 

TransferWise does

TransferWise is one of the only large, safe and low-cost companies that offer you the real AUD to EUR exchange rate you see on Google or XE.

So how do they make any money? They charge a fee which is clearly explained before you transfer your money. This way you'll know exactly what your transfer will cost.

 

Our tips:

  • Avoid using your credit or debit card to pay for your transfer. Sometimes, there are extra card surcharges.
  • Compare the exchange rates and fees of TransferWise before you start.
  • Make sure you have your ID. You may need it to set up your account.

Learn more about TransferWise

Where to buy Euros at a great exchange rate

Buying currency online can often be the best way to get your foreign currency, but it does take a few days. Heading into a money changer in the city is a better option for larger amounts over $5,000 or if you need to get it last minute.

Alternatively, you can take your Australian dollars with you and convert it overseas.

How to order foreign currency online

Like most things, you can buy Euros online. It's fairly easy and you can pick it up at the airport, a post office, or a store near you.

Our tips:

  • Pay by BPAY and avoid credit or debit card surcharges
  • Sometimes you can get a better rate if you order over $2,000
  • Check for any promo codes like this to improve your rate