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  • Rates for financial year ending 30 June 2022

    See the foreign exchange rates listed by country for the financial year ending 30 June 2022.

    Foreign currency exchange rates for financial year 2022 – foreign currency equivalent to 1 AUD.

    Country

    Average rate for year ended 31 Dec 21

    Average rate year for ended 30 Jun 22

    Nearest actual exchange rate 31 Dec 21

    Nearest actual exchange rate 30 Jun 22

    Currency

    Canada

    0.9418

    0.9184

    0.9245

    0.8885

    Canadian dollar

    China

    4.8473

    4.6849

    4.6250

    4.6122

    Renminbi

    Europe

    0.6351

    0.6440

    0.6411

    0.6589

    Euro

    Hong Kong

    5.8405

    5.6645

    5.6584

    5.4058

    Hong Kong dollar

    India

    55.5354

    54.6773

    53.9000

    54.3700

    Indian Rupee

    Indonesia

    10,748.6667

    10,442.5020

    10,359.0000

    10,253.0000

    Rupiah

    Japan

    82.4940

    85.1057

    83.5200

    93.9500

    Yen

    Malaysia

    3.1134

    3.0698

    3.0301

    3.0353

    Malaysian ringgit

    Taiwan

    20.9911

    20.5205

    20.0800

    20.4900

    New Taiwan dollar

    New Zealand

    1.0619

    1.0666

    1.0628

    1.1088

    New Zealand dollar

    Papua New Guinea

    2.6367

    2.5499

    2.5460

    2.4257

    Kina

    Singapore

    1.0096

    0.9869

    0.9799

    0.9584

    Singapore dollar

    South Korea

    859.8060

    871.8155

    862.6700

    895.1200

    South Korean won

    Switzerland

    0.6869

    0.6764

    0.6632

    0.6573

    Swiss franc

    Thailand

    24.0298

    24.2649

    24.2400

    24.3200

    Baht

    UK

    0.5461

    0.5455

    0.5376

    0.5671

    Pound sterling

    USA

    0.7514

    0.7258

    0.7256

    0.6889

    US dollar

    Vietnam

    17,236.6032

    16,603.8127

    16,536.0000

    16,041.0000

    Dong

    Notes:

    From 1 January 2020, we have used the exchange rates from the Reserve Bank of AustraliaExternal Link. In previous years we have used exchange rates sourced from the Commonwealth Bank of AustraliaExternal Link.

    The Reserve Bank of Australia and the Commonwealth Bank publish rates for different countries.

    If we do not publish a rate for the country or year you need, you can use an appropriate exchange rate provided by:

    • a banking institution operating in Australia including, where relevant, the banking institution through which your foreign income is received
    • another reliable external source.

    Keep the rate used and the source of rates with your records. Be mindful that you cannot obtain an average rate (or rates) of exchange from an associate, or from yourself, unless otherwise notified by us.

      Last modified: 05 Jul 2022QC 70006