Convert AUD to PKR

Traveling to Pakistan to experience the best of the local culture? Get the best AUD to PKR exchange rates at one of our Crown Currency Exchange stores across Australia today and enjoy your trip with more travel money!


Where to find the best AUD to PKR exchange rates

Don’t fret about scoring the best exchange rate when you’re converting AUD to PKR. We can help you save money on your next transaction with our great rates.

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 PKR rate possible

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1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airports

At an airport kiosk, converting your currency might be simple, but it is also one of the most expensive methods to acquire foreign money. Because of the airport’s captive market, these kiosks charge higher fees and rates. Therefore, it is suggested that you always do it in advance so you can get better deals than what’s available at the airport.
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2. Use an exchange that does not charge commission or fees

You can save a lot of money on your currency exchange by refusing to pay commissions and fees. Some vendors will try to charge you these hidden costs, so always ask about them before agreeing to an exchange.

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3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable source

Dealing with reputable foreign currency exchange providers comes with a lot of benefits. Not only will you be able to avoid counterfeit currencies, but you can also get better customer service and more favourable exchange rates.

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Working out the best time to buy Pakistani rupee with Australian dollars

There’s no definitive answer as to the best time to buy Pakistani 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 Pakistani rupees at the best rate possible!

Which other countries use "Rupees" as currency?


The origin of the Indian rupee may be traced back to the 6th century BCE when it was first used in ancient India. Along with the Chinese wen and the Lydian staters, ancient India was one of the earliest regions to issue its own currency in the form of coins.


Indonesia started using the “rupiah” as their form of currency in 1946. The word “rupiah” is derived from the Sanskrit word “rupya” which means “silver”.


The rupee of Mauritius was first used in 1877 and took the place of Indian rupees, pound sterling, and the Mauritian dollar.


Nepal first started using the rupee in 1932 and replaced several different currencies that were previously in use.


The rupee of Seychelles was first introduced in 1914 and it’s a closed currency which means that it can only be used within the country. If you take home some Seychelles rupees and want to convert them to AUD or other currency, you won’t be able to.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka started using the rupee in 1869 and it replaced a variety of different currencies that were previously in use.

The Maldives

Located at the southern end of the Indian subcontinent, the Maldives first started using the rufiyaa in 1947.

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