Australian Dollar to Bolivian Boliviano Exchange Rate

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Historical Rate chart of AUD and BOB

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Australian Dollar

The Australian dollar is the fifth most traded currency in the world. When it was first created, suggestions for its name included the koala, the royal and the austral. Even so, it's commonly referred to as the "Aussie" in forex markets.
Currency:Australian Dollar
Currency Symbol:$
Sub unit:cents
Bank notes:$5, $10, $20, $50, $100
Coins:5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, $2

Bolivian Boliviano

The boliviano is the official currency of Bolivia, a South American country boasting more than 30 official languages and 36 native cultures. Bolivia is named after Simon Bolivar, a leader in the Spanish American wars of independence.
Currency:Bolivian Boliviano
Currency Symbol:Bs.
Sub unit:centavo
Bank notes:Bs. 10, 20, 50, 100, 200
Coins:10Cvs, 20Cvs, 50Cvs; Bs. 1, 2, 5

Australian Dollar to the Bolivian Boliviano for the last 10 years

Dec 2008 Dec 2009 Dec 2010 Dec 2011 Dec 2012 Dec 2013 Dec 2014 Dec 2015 Dec 2016 Dec 2017
1 AUD = 4.6228 Inverse: 0.2163 6.3779 Inverse: 0.1568 6.8943 Inverse: 0.1450 7.0156 Inverse: 0.1425 7.3353 Inverse: 0.1363 6.3010 Inverse: 0.1587 5.7323 Inverse: 0.1745 4.9859 Inverse: 0.2006 5.1637 Inverse: 0.1937 5.1949 Inverse: 0.1925

Australian Dollar to the Bolivian Boliviano for the last 10 months

Feb 09 Mar 11 Apr 10 May 10 Jun 09 Jul 09 Aug 08 Sep 07 Oct 07 Nov 06
1 AUD = 5.3967 Inverse: 0.1853 5.4349 Inverse: 0.1840 5.3643 Inverse: 0.1864 5.2055 Inverse: 0.1921 5.2568 Inverse: 0.1902 5.1460 Inverse: 0.1943 5.1312 Inverse: 0.1949 4.9175 Inverse: 0.2034 4.8593 Inverse: 0.2058 5.0031 Inverse: 0.1999

Australian Dollar to the Bolivian Boliviano for the last 10 days

Nov 30 Dec 01 Dec 02 Dec 03 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 06 Dec 07 Dec 08 Dec 09
1 AUD = 5.0543 Inverse: 0.1979 5.0557 Inverse: 0.1978 5.0972 Inverse: 0.1962 5.1037 Inverse: 0.1959 5.0758 Inverse: 0.1970 5.0206 Inverse: 0.1992 4.9970 Inverse: 0.2001 4.9810 Inverse: 0.2008 4.9810 Inverse: 0.2008 4.9621 Inverse: 0.2015

Send money from Australia to Bolivia

Rates last updated December 10th, 2018
Name Product Min. Transfer Amount Transfer Speed Services Description Online Transfer Fee Rate Amount Received
TorFX International Money Transfers
AUD 200
1 day
Online, Phone, Bank Account to Bank Account
TorFX guarantees to match any competitor's exchange rate for a transaction. Conditions apply.
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WorldFirst International Money Transfers
AUD 2,000
1 day
Online, Phone, Bank Account to Bank Account
Use code FINDER20 for $20 credit towards your next transfer*. Conditions apply.
Send 60+ currencies at competitive rates with $0 transfer fees for Finder customers. WorldFirst will beat any eligible quote from another provider.
*Offer valid for one-time use and only applies to transfers of AUD$10,000 or more.
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Market rate for common transfer amounts AUD to BOB

Australian Dollars (AUD) Bolivian Boliviano (BOB)
$1 0
$100 0
$500 0
$1000 0
$1500 0
$2500 0
$5000 0

Exchange rates from AUD to other currencies

International Money Transfer Offers

Important Information*
TorFX International Money Transfers

TorFX guarantees to match any competitor's exchange rate for a transaction. Conditions apply.
Send money overseas in over 30 currencies. Once registered, you'll be assigned an account manager who can provide support and guidance.

WorldFirst International Money Transfers

Use code FINDER20 for $20 credit towards your next transfer*. Conditions apply.
Send 60+ currencies at competitive rates with $0 transfer fees for Finder customers. WorldFirst will beat any eligible quote from another provider.
*Offer valid for one-time use and only applies to transfers of AUD$10,000 or more.

OFX (Ozforex) International Money Transfers

$0 transfer fees for Finder customers. $0 transfer fee on transfers over AU$10,000, $15 flat fee applies otherwise. 24-hour customer service available with a local support team.

WorldRemit International Money Transfers

An online money transfer service with cash pickup, bank account to bank account and airtime transfers available.

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    NadiaMay 3, 2018

    I have Bolivian bank notes. I’m wanting to know who I take it to to exchange to Australian Dollar. I have bank notes so cannot do online.

    • finder Customer Care
      JeniMay 4, 2018Staff

      Hi Nadia,

      Thank you for getting in touch with finder.

      BOB is not a common currency to exchange in any banks in Australia however may still try to ask some local banks regarding this or high street money exchange companies around you. I suggest that you try to find a Bolivian living in Australia (there are quite a few) that returns to their home country once in a while or keep it until you know some other fellow Australian is coming to Bolivia.

      I hope this helps.

      Have a great day!

      Cheers,
      Jeni

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