Buy GBP - Convert AUD to GBP (British Pound Sterling)
Want to meet the royal guards outside Buckingham Palace? Or travel around Stonehenge? Get the best AUD to GBP exchange rates at one of our Crown Currency Exchange stores across Australia today and start your dream trip tomorrow!
Where to find the best AUD to GBP exchange rates
There is no need to worry about finding the best exchange rate when exchanging AUD for GBP. We can save you money on your next currency transaction thanks to our competitive exchange rates.
We have a variety of accessible locations across the country, making it simple to locate a store near you.
3 quick tips to ensure you get the best AUD to GBP rate possible
1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airportsAlthough airport kiosks are a convenient way to receive foreign cash, they offer high currency conversion rates. Which means you could end up paying more for your pounds. The captive market existing within airports mainly contributes to the higher-than-average rates.
2. Use an exchange that does not charge commission or fees
As much as possible, go for an exchange company that does not charge commissions or any additional fees on your currency exchange transactions. This way, you can get more British pound sterling for your hard-earned Australian dollars.
3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable sourceMake sure that you get your foreign currency from a reputable source. This will ensure that the banknotes you receive are genuine and in good condition. Our nearly 20 years of experience in the foreign exchange industry at Crown Currency Exchange guarantees that you will receive high-quality service and competitive rates.
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Working out the best time to buy British pounds with Australian dollars
There’s no definitive answer as to the best time to buy British pounds. However, if you want to get the most out of your money, we invite you to join our ROYAL CUSTOMER LIST.
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Which other countries use British pounds?
British Antarctic Territory
Located in the South Atlantic and Antarctica, this British Overseas Territory uses the pound as its official currency.
The Falkland Islands began using the British Pound in 1833. In 1989, the Falkland Islands printed bank notes that circulated as the new Falkland Islands Pound. In 1971, 100 pence were added to the Falkland Islands Pound.
The value of the franc began to drop relative to the sterling after the First World War. As a result, Guernsey switched to using pounds equal to pounds Sterling in 1921.
Isle of Man
The first Manx Pound dates back to 1668 when private individuals began minting coins to circulate alongside the British Pound. Eventually, the government attempted to streamline currency circulation.
The Jersey Pound, which superseded the Livre in 1834, dates back to the same year. The initial Jersey Pound designs are pretty simplistic. They contain only basic words and no images of royalty or anything similar. The only wording on the 5 Pounds, 1840 is “Jersey States Bond for Five Pounds British.” In the center is a depiction of the coat of arms.
Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha
Saint Helena became a crown colony under the terms of the 1833 India Act, which transferred control of the island from the East India Company to the British Crown. Since then, Saint Helena Pound has been the territory’s official currency.
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands have an extremely low population and no permanent residents. There, government personnel uses the pound sterling. The government of the islands nonetheless mints official commemorative coins for the region, which are produced by the British Pobjoy Mint.