Currency Converter · Brunei Dollar (BND) to Australian Dollar (AUD)

The currency calculator will convert exchange rate of Brunei dollar (BND) to Australian dollar (AUD).

  • 1 BND = 1.12 AUD
  • 5 BND = 5.59 AUD
  • 10 BND = 11.18 AUD
  • 20 BND = 22.37 AUD
  • 50 BND = 55.91 AUD
  • 100 BND = 111.83 AUD
  • 200 BND = 223.66 AUD
  • 250 BND = 279.57 AUD
  • 500 BND = 559.14 AUD
  • 1,000 BND = 1,118.28 AUD
  • 2,000 BND = 2,236.56 AUD
  • 2,500 BND = 2,795.70 AUD
  • 5,000 BND = 5,591.41 AUD
  • 10,000 BND = 11,182.82 AUD
  • 50,000 BND = 55,914.08 AUD
  • 10 AUD = 8.94 BND
  • 50 AUD = 44.71 BND
  • 100 AUD = 89.42 BND
  • 200 AUD = 178.85 BND
  • 250 AUD = 223.56 BND
  • 500 AUD = 447.11 BND
  • 1,000 AUD = 894.23 BND
  • 2,000 AUD = 1,788.46 BND
  • 2,500 AUD = 2,235.57 BND
  • 5,000 AUD = 4,471.15 BND
  • 10,000 AUD = 8,942.29 BND
  • 20,000 AUD = 17,884.58 BND
  • 25,000 AUD = 22,355.73 BND
  • 50,000 AUD = 44,711.46 BND
  • 100,000 AUD = 89,422.91 BND

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Brunei dollar


The Brunei dollar (BND) is the currency of Brunei. The currency code is BND and currency symbol is B$. The Brunei dollar is subdivided into 100 cents. Frequently used Brunei dollar coins are in denominations of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents. Frequently used Brunei dollar banknotes are in denominations of B$1, B$5, B$10, B$50, B$100.

Australian dollar


The Australian dollar (AUD) is the currency of Australia and its certain territories of Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Norfolk Island. It is also widely used in three independent Pacific Island states of Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu. The currency code is AUD and currency symbol is $ or A$. The Australian dollar is subdivided into 100 cents (singular: cent; symbol: c). Frequently used Australian dollar coins are in denominations of A$1, A$2, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c. Frequently used Australian dollar banknotes are in denominations of A$5, A$10, A$20, A$50, A$100. The Australian dollar is the fifth most traded currency in the foreign exchange market, after the United States dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), Japanese yen (JPY), British pound sterling (GBP).