Calculate rates between U.S. Dollar and Australian Dollar and vice versaUpdated on by Stefan Banse
The U.S. Congress established the US Dollar as a regular unit of money on April 2, 1792. With the US dollar, you can pay almost anywhere in the world. The products are also marked in U.S. dollars in several countries. The United States dollar is one of the world's largest currencies and it is popular destination spot for Australians. Here you can use the currency converter to convert Australian Dollar to American dollars. The conversion rate Australian Dollar / American Dollar is based on the current Euro reference rate published daily by the ECB.
U.S. Dollar - Australian Dollar: Current exchange rates from Jul 28, 2021
Our currency converter allows you to calculate the exchange rate of many other foreign currencies as well as the conversion from U.S. Dollar to Australian Dollar by clicking on the button to reverse the units from Australian Dollar to U.S. Dollar. In the following, we provide you with a brief overview of the current exchange rate between U.S. Dollar and Australian Dollar and vice versa.
1 U.S. Dollar (USD) equals 1.362 Australian Dollar (AUD)
1 Australian Dollar (AUD) equals 0.734 U.S. Dollar (USD)
Printable conversion tables for your trip to USA
The printed conversion table is a handy travel guide on the road. This means you always have all conversions from USD to U.S. Dollar in your wallet for daily use.
1 Dollar = 100 Cents
1 AUD = 0.734 USD
1 Dollar = 100 Cents
1 USD = 1.362 AUD
As source for the information in the "Exchange rates" category, we have used in particular:
- Euro reference rates of the European Central Bank - daily rates (German Federal Bank)
Last update on July 29, 2021
The pages of the "Exchange rates" category were last editorially reviewed by Stefan Banse on July 29, 2021. They all correspond to the current status.
Previous changes on October 25, 2020
- July 29, 2021: Daily update of exchange rates in the currency converter.
- Editorial revision of all texts in this category