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Avoid fees and find the best exchange rate when you want to exchange AUD for EUR.
Today’s mid-market rate
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Buy euros with Australian dollars
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The exchange rates in the table are not locked in. Confirm your final rate on the provider’s site before completing any transaction.
When is the best time to buy?
The best time to buy currency depends on the general health of a country’s economy, its government policies and trade agreements. With elections coming up in much of Europe, and the tumultuous time for trade on the world stage, the euro could see a downturn in upcoming years.
How does the Australian dollar trade against the euro historically?
When the euro was introduced in January 1, 2002, the Aussie dollar was valued at 0.584832 per euro. The global financial crisis of 2008 moved the euro from a stable 0.5 to above 0.6 against the Australian dollar until December 2008, when it dropped to 0.497562.
Annual flooding in Australia from 2009 to 2015, caused the Aussie dollar to drop to a low 0.846033 to the euro in August 2012. Since then the euro has fluctuated between 0.6 and 0.75.
AUD to EUR exchange rate history
We’ve put together the average exchange rate for the Australian dollar against the euro for the past week.
|Jun 13||Jun 14||Jun 15||Jun 16||Jun 17||Jun 18||Jun 19|
|1 AUD =||0.6127 Inverse: 1.6321||0.6120 Inverse: 1.6339||0.6119 Inverse: 1.6343||0.6132 Inverse: 1.6307||0.6105 Inverse: 1.6380||0.6145 Inverse: 1.6272||0.6128 Inverse: 1.6319|
Average exchange rate over the past 6 months.
|Jan 18||Feb 13||Mar 11||Apr 06||May 02||May 28|
|1 AUD =||0.6306 Inverse: 1.5859||0.6295 Inverse: 1.5886||0.6281 Inverse: 1.5921||0.6333 Inverse: 1.5789||0.6258 Inverse: 1.5979||0.6201 Inverse: 1.6128|
Average exchange rate over the past 10 years.
|1 AUD =||0.5500|
What affects AUD to EUR exchange rates?
Five economic and financial indicators affect how the Australian dollar trades with the euro: GDP, retail sales, industrial production, relative inflation rates and trade balances.
Less aggressive factors are consumer confidence, the strength of other currencies, investor speculation and day-to-day news about natural disasters, elections and new government policies.
When exchanging Australian dollars for euros, find a provider that show you both the buy or sell rate to find out its fees. Ultimately, the closer you can get to the mid-market rate, the better the deal.