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About Westpac International Money Transfers

Whether you are sending money to relatives, paying your kids' college fees or buying an investment property in Fiji,  you can be assured that when you use Westpac for your overseas funds transfer your money will be securely sent. As one of Australia’s largest banks you have access to all major currencies and a range of options for making your transfer from online services through to in-branch assistance.

Today’s Westpac exchange rates

Rates and fees verified as correct at 22 April, 2017. Other information correct at the time of writing.

Here’s a look at the current exchange rates Westpac has listed for some of the most popular currencies.

Currency At today's Westpac Rate, 1 AUD buys* For 10,000 AUD recipient will get
United States Dollars (USD) USD
USD 0.7112 USD 7,098
Euros (EUR) EUR
EUR 0.6609 EUR 6,596
Great Britain Pounds (GBP) GBP
GBP 0.5526 GBP 5,515
Canadian Dollars (CAD) CAD
CAD 0.9606 CAD 9,587
Danish Krone (DKK) DKK
DKK 4.9448 DKK 49,349
Hong Kong Dollars (HKD) HKD
HKD 5.5569 HKD 55,458
Indian Rupee (INR) INR
INR 46.18 INR 460,876
Japanese Yen (JPY) JPY
JPY 77.78 JPY 776,244
New Zealand Dollars (NZD) NZD
NZD 1.0238 NZD 10,218
Norwegian Krone (NOK) NOK
NOK 6.1544 NOK 61,421
Philippine Peso (PHP) PHP
PHP 35.45 PHP 353,791
Saudi Riyal (SAR) SAR
SAR 2.5999 SAR 25,947
Singapore Dollars (SGD) SGD
SGD 0.9983 SGD 9,963
South African Rand (ZAR) ZAR
ZAR 9.3625 ZAR 93,438
Swedish Krona (SEK) SEK
SEK 6.3815 SEK 63,687
Swiss Francs (CHF) CHF
CHF 0.7039 CHF 7,025
Thai Baht (THB) THB
THB 24.12 THB 240,718
UAE Dirham (AED) AED
AED 2.6526 AED 26,473

Westpac IMT Key facts


International Money Services at Westpac

Westpac has a range of options available to its customers when transferring money overseas. For the internet savvy and do-it-yourself type you can simply use Westpac Online Banking or Westpac Mobile Banking 24/7 to transfer funds to whereever you need to around the globe. There is also the option of going to a local Westpac branch to send your funds.

In addition to standard overseas transfers, Westpac is also able to do overseas telegraphic transfers and international bank drafts but you’ll need to go to a Westpac branch to set up these services. 

If you are doing a large international transfer over $100,000, the exchange rate you will get will be different to the standard foreign exchange rates advertised. Should you require this service, you’ll need to talk with Westpac directly either in branch or via its service centre on 1800 244 313.




Reasons for choosing Westpac for your overseas funds transfer

If you are already a Westpac customer, you can’t beat the convenience of just being able to login to your internet or mobile banking and setting up an international transfer then and there.

Other reasons for choosing a big bank like Westpac include:


How to transfer money overseas with Westpac

You will need to be a Westpac banking customer to transfer money overseas with Westpac. You can set up an account over the phone, online or by visiting a Westpac branch.

One you have a Westpac account you will also need to register for internet banking and Westpac Protect SMS Code.

Before you can send money overseas to a person or business, you will need to get some important information so that your money is sent to the right account overseas. This includes:


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* The exchange rates offered by each provider are indicative exchange rates that have either been supplied by each provider or gathered by Mozo. Exchange rates fluctuate constantly and as a consequence the exchange rates listed here may vary to the actual exchange rate you are quoted by a provider. Please ensure you confirm the actual exchange rate with the relevant provider prior to conducting any transaction. These exchange rates are updated every hour.