Australia's only currency exchange using the same rate as Google or XE. Buy euros online for pick up or delivery to door, next business day.
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How to buy euros
1. Tell us how much you need
We'll round the amount to the nearest denomination available to buy.
2. Verify your ID and pay
By law, we need to make sure you’re not involved in illegal activtiy. You'll also need ID to collect.
3. Collect your currency
Pick up in store, collect locally or get your order delivered to your door with Australia Post.
How long it takes
- Same Day
- For pick up, if we've received your payment before 11am
- 2 Days
- Delivery as soon as two business days
- Pick a Day
- Choose a date for delivery that suits you
Service and delivery fees
Pick up your order and pay by bank transfer or PayID to avoid fees
It's $9 for orders under $500, $19 under $1000 and 1.9% above $1000.
Bank Transfer or PayID
Pay for your order by bank transfer or PayID and avoid any card fees.
It's a flat fee for local collection or delivery to your door with Australia Post.
Buying Euros in Australia
Where is the best place to buy euros?
If you like the reassurance of having the local currency readily available from the moment you step off the plane, you have three options to pick up the cash before you go:
- Buy the currency online and either collect it in-store or have it delivered to you.
- Collect from a currency exchange store.
- Most expensively, buy the currency at the airport.
Online money changers like S Money are often an easy and cheap way to buy euros but it may not necessary be as quick as walking into a store. Companies like Travelex also offer a foreign exchange service online but it takes between two and five business days before the currency is ready for pick-up or delivery so you need to be organised!
Alternatively, buying your currency in-store can be a good option but it all depends on where you go. The money changers in the centre of the main cities like Sydney or Melbourne tend to be more competitive than smaller stores in the suburbs.
Only change money at the airport as a last resort. The exchange rates and fees at Australian airports are among the worst in the world so avoid it at all costs if you want to get the best bang for your buck.
Learn more: The Best Places to Buy Euros Australia
How can you buy euros at the best exchange rate?
The key to finding the best deal is to compare your options to buy Euros. Make sure that you compare not just the exchange rate, but the total cost of your currency including any service or delivery fees.
Learn more: Get the best AUD to Euro exchange rate
When should you buy euros?
As a rule of thumb, if you are buying euros with Australian dollars, you want the AUD/EUR exchange rate to be as high as possible. The higher the rate, the better it is for you. It means that you will receive more euros for the same amount of Australian dollars.
Unfortunately there isn't a particular day of the week or time of the day that is the best time.
While it's impossible to pick the perfect time, you can set up a free rate tracker to keep an eye on the rate.
Also keep in mind that if you buy it online, it may take 2-4 business days to arrive so make sure you finalise your financial transaction at least a week before you are due to travel overseas.
How much euros do you need?
It’s almost impossible to calculate the right amount of money you need to take with you on a holiday to Europe. You’re talking about a continent that features 50-odd diverse countries and 25 different currencies including euros.
The amount of spending money for Europe depends on a variety of factors, including:
- Where you intend to travel
- How long your stay will be
- The style of travel you prefer
If you are confused about how much money to take to Europe for 1, 2 or 4 weeks, read our detailed review to answer all your questions.
Information About Euros
The currency used within the EU is the Euros. The euro is represented by the symbol is € and the currency code is EUR.
The banknotes are €5, €10, €20, €50, €100 and €200.
The coins are 1¢, 2¢, 5¢, 10¢, 20¢, 50¢, €1 and €2.
€200 are circulated but often not accepted in shops, public transport or taxis. €500 are no longer accepted.