Sell Hungarian Forints (HUF) – Convert HUF to AUD​

Done spending your time in one of the most charming European countries, Hungary, and ready to go back home? Or are you a tourist visiting Australia to experience its wonders? No matter the reason, if you are looking to convert Hungarian forint to Australian dollar, Crown Currency Exchange is the perfect place to do so.


Where to find the best HUF to AUD exchange rates

For an efficient and convenient way to convert your HUF to AUD, choose Crown Currency Exchange. Our friendly professionals have nearly 20 years of experience in the currency exchange market, ensuring you get dependable service every time.

What’s more, we don’t charge commissions or hidden fees – you’ll only pay the rate that you are quoted. With 50 stores across Australia, finding a store near you has never been easier.

3 quick tips to ensure you get the best HUF to AUD rate possible

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1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airports

Although it might seem simpler to opt for a currency exchange kiosk at the airport, these services tend to be more expensive and offer higher exchange rates than banks or other currency providers. This is largely due to their captive customer base – travellers in need of foreign money who don’t want (or have time) to compare offers.
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2. Use an exchange that does not charge commissions or fees

To get the most out of your HUF to AUD conversion, you should use a commission-free currency exchange like Crown Currency Exchange. Not only will you know exactly what you’re paying for and can avoid any unpleasant surprises, but there are also no fees or commissions on any transactions – so it truly is a great deal!
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3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable source

It’s important to get your HUF to AUD conversion from a reputable and reliable provider. Not only will this ensure you are getting the best exchange rate possible, but you can also trust that their customer service is up to par.

Why Choose Crown Currency?

No Commission or Fees

Over 80 Currencies Available Now

Competitive Rates Guaranteed

Convenient Locations with Cash in Store

Knowledgeable & Friendly Team

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Working out the best time to buy Australian dollars with Hungarian forints

If you are looking to get the best value for your money when you convert Hungarian forints to Australian dollars, then sign up now and become a member of our exclusive ROYAL CUSTOMER LIST.

Be part of our ROYAL CUSTOMER LIST and unlock the door to our Rate Watch service. Our team of professionals work tirelessly around the clock, so you get updates when Australian dollar rates are in your favour. Don’t miss out on a great deal ever again – join today and buy with confidence, knowing that you got it at the best rate possible!

Which other countries use the Australian dollar currency?

The Australian dollar (AUD) is the official currency of Australia, as well as numerous independent Pacific Island states and territories – including those listed below – a record that has been in effect since 1966.

  • Ashmore and Cartier Islands (Australian Territory)

  • Australian Antarctic Territory (Australian Territory)

  • Christmas Island (Australian Territory)

  • Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australian Territory)

  • Coral Sea Islands (Australian Territory)

  • Heard Island and McDonald Islands (Australian Territory)

  • Norfolk Island (Australian Territory)

  • Kiribati

  • Nauru

  • Tuvalu

Which other countries use the Hungarian forint?

Hungary is the only country that uses Hungarian Forint. There are 6 bills with different amounts: 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000 and 20,000.

Get your Australian dollars in-store today!

Don’t wait days to get cash for your currency exchange – come to Crown Currency Exchange, where we offer over 80 currencies ready and waiting for you. Get a quote today to see the amazing deals available!

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