Sell Nepalese Rupees (NPR) – Convert NPR to AUD​

Want to visit Australia’s beautiful landscape and immerse yourself in its unique culture? Or have you just come back from an amazing adventure in Nepal and need to convert your extra rupees to dollars? Then worry no more! Crown Currency Exchange is here to provide you with the best NPR to AUD exchange rates with no commissions or hidden costs.


Where to find the best NPR to AUD exchange rates

Get the best NPR to AUD exchange rates in Australia and save time and money with Crown Currency Exchange. We offer competitive rates on all foreign currency transactions without any commission or fees, so you know that what matters most is taken care of.

With a multitude of easily accessible locations across Australia, you will have no trouble finding one near you.

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

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1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airports

Despite being more convenient, exchanging currency at an airport kiosk can be disadvantageous, as they generally add extra fees and offer higher exchange rates than other money changers. To get the most value for your money, it’s best to exchange your NPR for AUD at any local foreign exchange, like Crown Currency Exchange.
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2. Use an exchange that does not charge commissions or fees

Don’t let your money be needlessly wasted on hidden commissions and fees. Find a currency exchange that offers competitive rates without extra costs. Come to us today for an unbeatable foreign exchange experience with no commission or fees!
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3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable source

To ensure you get a fair rate, it’s essential to use reliable money changers like Crown Currency Exchange. We have almost two decades of expertise in the business, so you can be confident that you will be taken care of by us.

Why Choose Crown Currency?

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Working out the best time to buy Australian dollars with Nepalese rupees

If you are looking to get the best value for your money when you convert Nepalese rupee to Australian dollar, 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 exchange rate possible!

Which other countries use the Australian dollar currency?

For over half a century, Australia and several of its surrounding Pacific Island countries have all used the Australian Dollar (AUD) as their currency. These nations include:

  • 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 Nepalese rupees?

The Nepalese rupee is the official currency only used in Nepal since its inception in 1932. With the National Bank of Nepal’s efforts, NRB issued banknotes and coins with denominations ranging from Rs 1 to 1000 back in 1959.

Get your Australian dollars in-store today!

Don’t wait any longer to secure the best NPR to AUD exchange rates around. Come and visit one of our Crown Currency Exchange stores across Australia today and get your foreign currency before the start of your Aussie adventure.

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