US Dollar – Australian Dollar Converter

Want to know the exchange rate between American and Australian dollars? Here is a currency converter to help you calculate different quantities of currency.

Converter Dollars - Australian Dollars

Despite both these currencies being called the dollar, there is a distinct difference between the US dollar and the Australian dollar. They are considered to be important within the trading world and are both quite strong, however it is safe to say the American dollar is ahead of the game. Use the USD – AUD currency converter below for all your conversion needs or view our other currency converters.

How Does the Converter from US dollars (USD) to Australian dollars (AUD) Work?

Very simple to use, enter the quantity of US dollars that you want to convert in the box above and click ¨Convert¨ for the equivalent quantity in Australian dollars to appear. Our currency calculators are updated daily to make sure that we can offer the most accurate exchange rate. Click here for a Australian dollar – US dollar converter.

About the US $

The dollar is the official currency of the United States of America and the territories classed as part of the USA. A single dollar is made up of 100 smaller units known as cents. It is the most powerful and influential currency in the world and is extremely important in the foreign trade market. Many other countries also choose to use the US dollar as their official currency or share the dollar name with their own currency.

About the Australian $

The Australian dollar is the official currency of the Commonwealth of Australia and a few surrounding independent states in the Pacific. It is unrelated to the US dollar except the similarity in names. The Australian dollar is seen to be quite strong, but does not compete with the US dollar or the British pound. Australia’s economy plays a part in the use of its currency as it is seen to be stable to use within the foreign exchange market.