Sell South African Rand (ZAR) – Convert ZAR to AUD​

Visiting Australia for a jam-packed getaway? Or just want to convert back some extra South African rands you have from your recent trip to South Africa? Whatever your reason may be, Crown Currency Exchange offers the best and most competitive rate when you convert South African rands to Australian dollars with no hidden fees.

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Where to find the best ZAR to AUD exchange rates

Crown Currency Exchange offers unbeatable foreign currency exchange rates, so you can stock up on more Australian dollars and spend with confidence while on your dream vacation. We take pride in providing the best rate possible so that more of your money stays in your pocket.

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 ZAR to AUD rate possible

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1. Avoid currency exchange kiosks at airports

While currency exchange kiosks at airports often appear to offer great value, their rates are typically inflated, and in addition, they charge hefty fees. This means that rather than being a smart buy, you could be losing out on more money than you bargained for.
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2. Use an exchange that does not charge commissions or fees

At Crown Currency Exchange, we understand that the best way to ensure our customers have a great travel experience is by being open and fair with them. That’s why you won’t find any hidden commissions or fees here – only the most competitive exchange rates available. We want your travels to be as enjoyable as possible, so make sure you come to us for all of your currency needs.
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3. Get your foreign currency from a reputable source

You want to be certain that your South African rand is sourced from a credible and reliable provider. To ensure you don’t fall victim to deceit or imitation currency, Crown Currency Exchange stands out as the go-to source for all of your foreign money requirements, with more than two decades of experience in the currency exchange industry.

Why Choose Crown Currency?

No Commission or Fees

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Working out the best time to buy Australian dollars with South African rands

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Which other countries use the Australian dollar currency?

For over fifty years, the Australian dollar (AUD) has been accepted as legal currency in Australia and several independent island nations across the Pacific Ocean, including:

  • 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 South African rand?

Namibia

Prior to its independence in 1990, the South African rand served as Namibia’s official currency. The integration of both countries has remained strong as the Namibian Dollar still holds a 1:1 rate with the South African rand, making it legal tender throughout Namibia. In 1993, after gaining freedom from SA control, this Southern African country introduced their own national currency, the Namibia Dollar, allowing them to strengthen its financial autonomy further.

Lesotho

In 1966, the loti was introduced as a means of decreasing Lesotho’s dependence on the South African rand. Nonetheless, both currencies remain in use today. It wasn’t until 1980 that it became legal tender, though; since then, its influence has continually been acknowledged and accepted by citizens throughout Lesotho.

Eswatini (Swaziland)

With the lilangeni as Eswatini’s official currency and pinned to South Africa’s rand at a 1:1 fixed rate, you can also use South African rand notes anywhere they’re accepted – excluding coins.

Get your Australian dollars in-store today!

Capitalise on our remarkable ZAR to AUD exchange rate, and get your Australian dollars from us. Our team is always happy to help you select the best exchange rate for your requirements. Stop by our store today for a quick, convenient experience!

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