Free Australian Dollar to Nepali Currency Calculator
You can use our currency converter to calculate the Australian dollar to Nepali rupee exchange rate today. The Australian dollar is currently worth more than the Nepali rupee. This means that tourists will get more Nepali rupees when they exchange their Australian dollars in Nepal. Additionally, it’s easier and cheaper to purchase goods in Nepal using Australian dollars.
Australian Dollar to Nepali Rupees
Australia and Nepal have a long history of trade connections. Australian exports to Nepal include wheat, barley, meat, dairy products, and wine. In turn, Nepal exports to Australia include clothing, carpets, and jewelry.
The two countries have worked to strengthen their trade ties in recent years. In 2016, they signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at boosting trade and investment between them. The two countries are also looking to partner in areas such as education and tourism.
Australian Dollar to Nepali Currency
The Nepali rupee is a paper currency that was introduced in 1932. It is currently divided into 100 paisa. The Nepali economy is mostly based on agriculture, though tourism and manufacturing are becoming more important.
The Nepal earthquake of 2015 set back the tourism industry there and they have been rebuilding strongly since then. The Nepal Rastra Bank is the central bank of Nepal.
Use Our Free Australian Dollar to Nepali Converter
The Australian dollar is currently worth around 104 Nepali rupees – this currency conversion is changing on a daily and hourly basis. Check out our AUD to NPR currency calculator for the latest exchange rates today. This converter will allow you to easily swap between the two currencies, as well as track the latest exchange rate.
The Australian dollar is a strong currency, and is expected to continue to rise in value against the Nepali rupee. This makes it a great option for investing or doing business in Nepal.
When compared to USD to AUD, this currency pair is much more stable.
Plus, it makes it a great time to plan a trip to Nepal, with many awesome highlights including Kathmandu and the Himalayas not forgetting Mount Everest – the highest peak!
You can use our currency calculator to convert Aussie dollars to the Nepali currency or vice versa.
History of the Australian Dollar
The Australian Dollar was first introduced in 1966, it was worth around US $0.30. The value of the Australian dollar has varied over the years, however it has generally been worth more than the American dollar. In 2011, one Australian dollar was worth around US $1.05. The Australian dollar is currently managed by the Reserve Bank of Australia, which is responsible for setting interest rates and regulating the money supply.
Prior to 1966, there used to be Australian pounds and pence and a totally different currency system. The decision was change to dollars was ideal for a modern and fast moving country like Australia at the time.
History of the Nepalese Rupee
The Nepalese Rupee is the official currency of Nepal. It has been in use since 1932, when it replaced the silver Mohar. The Nepalese Rupee is subdivided into 100 Paisa. Banknotes are issued in denominations of 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 Nepalese rupees. Coins are issued in denominations of 1, 2 and 5 Paisa, and 10 and 25 Nepalese rupees.
Nepalese rupees are issued and controlled by Nepal Rastra Bank, which is also the central bank of Nepal.
The Nepalese Rupee is a unit of account and has been used since the 1700s. It was initially issued only in silver, but was replaced by the Mohar from 1932-1937. The first Nepalese rupee notes were issued in 1952.
When visiting Nepal, it is recommended to bring a certain amount of cash with you. Having various denominations of notes and some coins will make it easier to buy foot and pay for transport along the way.
How to Exchange Money from Australian Dollar to Nepali
If you’re travelling to Nepal and need to exchange your Australian dollar for Nepali rupees, there are a few ways you can do it. You can either go to a bank or an exchange office, or use a currency exchange service online. The best way to get the most bang for your buck is to compare the rates at different places before making a decision.
Here are some tips on how to exchange money safely:
- Only carry as much money as you need with you, and leave the rest in your hotel safe or somewhere else secure.
- Make sure you have some small bills on hand, as they’re often more useful when trying to buy things from locals than large notes.
- Be aware of fake currency – especially if you’re exchanging money in a street market or other informal setting.
AUD to NPR Rate of Exchange
The Australian dollar is currently trading at a rate of 0.9206 against the Nepalese rupee. This means that for every 100 Australian dollars, you can buy 91.06 Nepalese rupees. Use our currency converter for the current live exchange rate of Australian dollar to Nepali rupee.
The Nepalese rupee has been appreciating against the Australian dollar in recent months, with the exchange rate slowly creeping up from 0.8915 to the current level. If you are looking to exchange your AUD to NPR, now may be a good time to do so as the appreciation trend is likely to continue in the near future.