Countries that use the Australian dollarThe Australian dollar was established in 1966 as an official currency and is used in 6 countries. 1 dollar is devided into 100 Cents.
List of all currencies
1.00 Australian dollars = 0.68 US dollars
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Exchange rate history 1 AUD in USDThe graph shown here shows the exchange rate development from January 2017 to June 2023. The exchange rate for 1 AUD moved during this time from USD 0.76 to USD 0.66. In these 77 months it fell by 12.1 percent.
Australian dollar as currency
|Christmas Island||Australia/New Zealand|
|Cocos (Keeling) Islands||Australia/New Zealand|
|Norfolk Island||Australia/New Zealand|
|Heard Island and McDonald Islands||Australia/New Zealand|
Currencies with a fixed exchange rate to the Australian dollar
|Kiribati dollar||1 AUD = 1 KID|
|Tuvaluan dollar||1 AUD = 1 TVD|
US dollar as currency
|British Virgin Islands||Caribbean|
|El Salvador||Central America|
|East Timor||Southeast Asia|
|Federated States of Micronesia||Micronesia|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Micronesia|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||Caribbean|
|United States of America||North America|
|British Indian Ocean Territory||Eastern Africa|
|United States Minor Outlying Islands||Micronesia|
Currency reserves for the Australian dollarAccording to the International Monetary Fund, the total broad money (M3) amounted to AUD 3.131 trillion at the end of 2022 (data only for Australia). For currency hedging, reserves were held in a total amount of 83.63 billion dollars. This corresponds to a ratio of 1:37.4. In other words, not even 1 of 37 dollars is deposited with a countervalue.
Approximately 4.89 billion dollars (5.8%) of the currency reserves exist in gold reserves. The remainder consists of foreign currencies, special drawing rights in the International Monetary Fund and other reserve positions.
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SourcesAll conversion rates are based on data from the European Central Bank.
Data on currency and gold reserves are from the International Monetary Fund.