Buy NPR - Convert AUD to NPR
Planning to trek to Everest Base Camp or hike the Annapurna Circuit? Then get the best AUD to NPR exchange rates at one of our Crown Currency Exchange stores across Australia today so you can hit the ground trekking as soon as you arrive in Nepal!
Where to find the best AUD to NPR exchange rates
Save your time and money by getting the best AUD to NPR exchange rates before you leave Australia. Crown Currency Exchange offers competitive rates on all our foreign currency transactions with no commission or fees.
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 NPR rate possible
1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airportsAlthough it’s more convenient to exchange currency at an airport kiosk, you’ll almost always get a better deal by avoiding them. This is because they typically charge additional fees and offer higher exchange rates than other currency providers.
2. Use an exchange that does not charge commission or feesAdding commissions or fees on top of your exchange rate can end up costing you a lot of money, so be sure to find an exchange that doesn’t charge either. Visit us instead, as we offer competitive rates with no commission or fees.
3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable sourceBe sure to only exchange currency with reputable money changers, such as Crown Currency Exchange. This will help you avoid being scammed and ensure you get a fair deal. With nearly 20 years of experience, you can be sure you’re in good hands with us.
Why Choose Crown Currency?
Working out the best time to buy Nepalese rupee with Australian dollars
There’s no definitive answer as to the best time to buy Nepalese rupees. 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 Nepalese rupees at the best rate possible!
Which other countries use Nepalese rupees?
There is none. Only Nepal uses the Nepalese rupees as an official currency since its introduction in 1932. The NRB has issued currency notes in denominations of Rs. 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, and 1000 since taking over responsibility for issuing them in 1959.