Save on International Money Transfers to Australia (Australia Dollar)


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All the brokers we list on Currency Today have been vetted by us to ensure your money transfers to Australia are safe and secure. Using our search facility on average, money transfers of twenty thousand UK Pounds to Autralian Dollars will buy you 0 Dollars extra when compared to your high street banks. Our search results table lists at the top of the listings the best deals in real time.

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A very popular emigration destination for Brits, Australia is the biggest island and the smallest continent on earth. Nearly 11,000 UK born individuals moved there in 2011 to add to the estimated population of 22.69 million.

The city of Sydney is a popular place to relocate to, with the good weather and outdoor lifestyle, there is always something to do from playing sport to hopping on a ferry. There is a large number of expats that live in Sydney including people from the US, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland and New Zealand to name a few making it a city full of culture.

The cost of moving to Australia has increased rapidly over the last five years in line with a big decline in sterling against the Australia dollar. To give you an example, a $400k AUD home would have cost £166k in November 2008 (based on an exchange rate of 2.41) where as the same house would cost £238k in November 2013 (exchange rate of 1.68), an increase of £72k. This is down to a very strong Australian economy against an underperforming UK economy in recent years, making it a far more expensive holiday destination and place to live.

This however has not deterred some people in the UK in search of a new life and better opportunities, making it even more vital to exchange your money at the right time and the best exchange rate. All of the trusted brokers featured on currencytoday.co.uk will provide you with a one to one service, unique to your individual circumstances. If you have requirements in the future they will also discuss the various tools available to protect you against adverse movements in the currency markets and help remove the worry over what the rate might do. Some of our currency specialists have set up offices in Australia and partnered with a bank down under so you can conveniently open a current account whilst still in the UK.

*Please note the exchange rates displayed in our comparison table are updated regularly throughout the day and are for 'indicative purposes only'. The exchange rate displayed for Australia may not be the exact final dealing exchange rate that you will receive when making an overseas transfer as exchange rates change constantly throughout the day.

All of our featured brokers are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") as a Payment Institution under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 and registered with HM Revenue & Customs as a Money transfer Services Business. Send money online to Australia with complete confidence.

 

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