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New Zealand Dollar (NZD) - Currency of New Zealand

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About New Zealand Dollar (NZD)

Introduced in 1967, the New Zealand Dollar is the official currency of New Zealand. It is one of the ten top most traded currencies worldwide. 100 cents form one New Zealand Dollar. While the New Zealand currency is not pegged to any foreign currency, currencies including Cook Island Dollar, Niue, Pitcairn Islands, and Tokelau are pegged to the NZD (New Zealand Dollar).
Some interesting facts that we bet you did know about the New Zealand Currency:
  • The New Zealand Dollar is often referred as ‘Kiwi’, the country’s national bird. The bird also appears on the 1-dollar coins of the New Zealand Currency.
  • Altogether there are 10 denominations, of which 5 are coins and 5 are banknotes.
  • Most often used coins are 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, and $2 and bills are $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.
  • The central bank of New Zealand is called the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

Quick Facts About New Zealand Dollar (NZD)

Currency Name New Zealand Dollar
Short Name NZD
Nicknames Kiwi
Symbol (s) $ and NZ$
Unit 1/100, Cent
Frequently Used Coins 10c, 20c, 50c, NZ$1, NZ$2
Rarely Used Coins
Frequently Used Bank Notes NZ$5, NZ$10, NZ$20, NZ$50, NZ$100
Rarely Used Bank Notes
Central Bank, Name & Website Reserve Bank of New Zealand |
Territories that unofficially use the NZD as a part of their legal tender: Pitcairn Island - a British Overseas Territory, and Nauru.

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The New Zealand Dollar Currency

The official currency of New Zealand ranks steadily amongst the top 10 most traded currencies in the world. It is in the subdivision of 100 cents. Currently, in totality, there are ten denominations in circulation within the country that include five coins and five bank notes.
The five coins are cents 10, 20, 50 and dollars 1 & 2; the five bank notes are dollars 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100.

What is today’s New Zealand Dollar rate?
To know the on-going New Zealand Dollar rate, simply use our online free money converter tool. It is equipped to provide you with the live exchange rates of over 26 currencies worldwide.

How to buy NZD in India?
Thomas Cook provides the best currency exchange rates in the country and encourages you to buy forex from the comfort of your home. To buy foreign currency exchange online, simply visit the Thomas Cook website, enter the details, and our experts will deliver your currency at your doorstep within 24 hours.

Alternatively, you can also visit the nearest Thomas Cook branch and our experts will be there to assist you, ensuring a smooth and effortless transaction.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I am soon travelling to New Zealand. I’m contemplating on travellers cheque. Are these a convenient option?
Travellers cheques aren’t advisable anymore. Instead you can try for ATM cards or forex cards which are more secure and convenient to use. Most of the vendors nowadays do not accept travellers cheques and they might just become more of a liability than being an asset on your trip.
How much New Zealand Dollars should I carry for the trip?
This is completely dependent on the nature of your trip. If you are confused about the expenses that you might have to incur while you are on the trip, then please contact our team of experts and they will guide you with the proceedings.
Is there any specific limit to carry New Zealand dollars in/out New Zealand?
You may carry up to NZ$10,000, or foreign currency equivalent, in and out of New Zealand. However, in case the amount you are carrying exceeds the given limit, then you must declare the same.
I have leftover New Zealand Dollars from my last trip. What should I do?
If you are to travel to New Zealand anytime soon again, we suggest you keep them for the same, and may buy any additional dollars required. However, in case the trip isn’t happening anytime soon then you may log on to our website to find out the available exchange rates, and get in touch with our consultants for any expert advice that you may seek before you sell the Australian dollars.
Can I use AUD in New Zealand?
It is advisable that you exchange the AUD to NZD before you land in New Zealand to avoid any inconvenience during your travel. For more details, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will assist you with all the relevant information.

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