Buy NOK - Convert AUD to NOK
Going to the Land of Midnight Sun? Come and get the best AUD to NOK exchange rates at one of our Crown Currency Exchange stores today and start your Norway trip with some extra Kroner in your pocket!
Where to find the best AUD to NOK exchange rates
Whether you’re planning a trip to the world’s northernmost town or just need to send money back home, at Crown Currency Exchange we can help you get the best AUD to NOK exchange rates.
For nearly 20 years, we’ve been helping customers like you get the most foreign currency for their Australian Dollars. Plus, we have a range of convenient locations across the country, so finding a store near you is easy.
3 quick tips to ensure you get the best AUD to NOK rate possible
1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airportsWhen buying foreign currency or travel money, airport kiosks are generally not the best place to go due to the high fees and exchange rates they offer. They do this because they know that you’re in a hurry and may not have time to shop around for a better deal.
2. Use an exchange that does not charge commission or fees
There are several currency exchange companies that will charge you a commission or fee on top of the live market rate. At Crown Currency Exchange, we don’t charge any commission or fees, so you can be confident you’re getting a great deal.
3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable sourceWhen it comes to exchanging currency, it’s important to choose a reputable and trustworthy company. Crown Currency Exchange is a leading provider of foreign currency exchange services in Australia, so you can rest assured you’re getting a great deal.
Why Choose Crown Currency?
Working out the best time to buy Norweigan kroner with Australian dollars
There’s no definitive answer as to the best time to buy the Norwegian kroner. However, if you want to get the most out of your money, we invite you to join our ROYAL CUSTOMER LIST.
Joining our ROYAL CUSTOMER LIST gives you access to our exclusive Rate Watch service. Our consultants continuously monitor the market, and they will call you when the rates are in your favour so that you can buy the Norwegian kroner at the best rate possible!
Which other countries use the Norwegian krone?
When Norway joined the Scandinavian Monetary Union in 1875, a new currency called the krone was introduced. Before that, the country had used a currency called the speciedaler/spesidaler (or speci-dollar), which was in circulation from 1816 to 1875. Since then, the krone has been the official currency of Norway. It is also used in two other territories – the Bouvet Islands and Svalbard.