New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
The New Zealand Dollar, or NZD, is the official currency of New Zealand, including the Cook Islands, Niue, the Ross Dependency, Tokelau and the Pitcairn Islands. The New Zealand Dollar is informally called the kiwi, as the $1 coins have a picture of a kiwi on them and the term is commonly connected with the country. Whether you are going on an action-packed holiday to New Zealand or need to transfer money to family there, you want to make sure you get the best NZ exchange rate possible. FX Compare is a comparison website that will help you do just that, after all, the better the exchange rate, the further your dollar will go.
Exchanging your currency
Here at FX Compare you can get the best NZD to AUD rate by comparing all the banks and suppliers of foreign money we have listed. To ensure you really are getting the best deal, we also provide additional general information on the providers, including their fee structure and services offered. Our transparent system enables you to make the best decision for your business or personal needs and to get the most value for your money. Once you have chosen a provider, you can then contact them directly to organise your transfer in a hassle-free manner.
Save time & money
Whether you are looking to exchange NZD, AUD, or USD, we have your covered at FX Compare. Our safe and secure system has encryption to ensure all your personal details remain private, so you can browse for the best exchange rate with confidence. We have done all the hard work for you, bringing banks and other suppliers of foreign money into one convenient location so you can easily browse your options, choose the best exchange rates and make your international money transfer immediately. Our easy-to-use interface gives you access to all the information you need quickly.
New Zealand dollar specifications
|New Zealand Dollar
|Commonly referred as:
|Cent = 1/100 Dollar
|$5, $10, $20, $50, $100
|10c, 20c, 50c, $1, $2
|Reserve Bank of New Zealand http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/
|Code NZD, Number 554, Exponent 2