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On the 31st March 2018 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 NZD = 0.9411 AUD

Close: 1 NZD = 0.9403 AUD

Average: 1 NZD = 0.9407 AUD

Lowest: 1 NZD = 0.9403 AUD

Highest: 1 NZD = 0.9411 AUD


Today's Live New Zealand Dollar into Australian Dollar Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 NZD = 0.9236 AUD

Independent Provider: 1 NZD = 0.9171

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 NZD = 0.8874 AUD

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NZD/AUD Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the New Zealand Dollar / Australian Dollar exchange rate conversions on the 31st of March compared.

New Zealand Dollars into Australian Dollars Australian Dollars into New Zealand Dollar Date
1 NZD = 0.9403 AUD 1.0635 NZD = 1 AUD on 31/03/2018
5 NZD = 4.7015 AUD 5.3175 NZD = 5 AUD on 31/03/2018
10 NZD = 9.4030 AUD 10.6350 NZD = 10 AUD on 31/03/2018
15 NZD = 14.1045 AUD 15.9525 NZD = 15 AUD on 31/03/2018
20 NZD = 18.8060 AUD 21.2700 NZD = 20 AUD on 31/03/2018
25 NZD = 23.5075 AUD 26.5875 NZD = 25 AUD on 31/03/2018
50 NZD = 47.0150 AUD 53.1750 NZD = 50 AUD on 31/03/2018
100 NZD = 94.0300 AUD 106.3500 NZD = 100 AUD on 31/03/2018
500 NZD = 470.1500 AUD 531.7500 NZD = 500 AUD on 31/03/2018
1000 NZD = 940.3000 AUD 1,063.5000 NZD = 1000 AUD on 31/03/2018
2500 NZD = 2,350.7500 AUD 2,658.7500 NZD = 2500 AUD on 31/03/2018
5000 NZD = 4,701.5000 AUD 5,317.5000 NZD = 5000 AUD on 31/03/2018
10000 NZD = 9,403.0000 AUD 10,635.0000 NZD = 10000 AUD on 31/03/2018
25000 NZD = 23,507.5000 AUD 26,587.5000 NZD = 25000 AUD on 31/03/2018
50000 NZD = 47,015.0000 AUD 53,175.0000 NZD = 50000 AUD on 31/03/2018
100000 NZD = 94,030.0000 AUD 106,350.0000 NZD = 100000 AUD on 31/03/2018
250000 NZD = 235,075.0000 AUD 265,875.0000 NZD = 250000 AUD on 31/03/2018
500000 NZD = 470,150.0000 AUD 531,750.0000 NZD = 500000 AUD on 31/03/2018
1000000 NZD = 940,300.0000 AUD 1,063,500.0000 NZD = 1000000 AUD on 31/03/2018

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