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The Australian Dollar was introduced as the currency of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1966, replacing the Australian Pound. Australian Dollars are also used for payments in Nauru, Kiribati and Tuvalu. The Australian dollar is identified as a safe haven currency for 2017.
We exchange both current and withdrawn Australian Dollar banknotes. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.
To convert your leftover Australian Dollars to cash, select the type of Australian Dollars you want to exchange:
Australian Dollar coins1966 - currentExchange Rate: £0.36003View CoinsAustralian Dollar coins are minted by the Royal Australian Mint, based in Canberra, since 1966. Bureaux de change outside Australia do not exchange Australian Dollar coins. At Leftover Currency we exchange all coins from Australia to cash. We also exchange current Australian Dollar banknotes and withdrawn Australian Dollar banknotes.
current Australian Dollar banknotes1992 - currentExchange Rate: £0.49420View BanknotesIssued by the Sydney-based Reserve Bank of Australia, today's dollar bills are made of polymer plastic. They have advanced security features and a see-through window. We change these Australian Dollar notes for cash free of charge. We also give cash for withdrawn Australian Dollar banknotes and Australian Dollar coins.
withdrawn Australian Dollar banknotes1966 - 1991Exchange Rate: £0.37557View BanknotesPaper Australian dollar bills were replaced by polymer plastic notes in 1992. Current Australian dollar banknotes are made of polymer and have a see-through window. Paper AUD notes are no longer a valid means of payment in Australia, Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu. However, we exchange all withdrawn Australian Dollar banknotes free of charge. We also give cash for current Australian dollar bank notes and Australian Dollar coins.