Australian dollar to Barbadian dollar conversion

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Australian dollar Barbadian dollar
1.00 Bds$1.56
2.00 Bds$3.13
3.00 Bds$4.69
4.00 Bds$6.25
5.00 Bds$7.82
6.00 Bds$9.38
7.00 Bds$10.94
8.00 Bds$12.51
9.00 Bds$14.07
10.00 Bds$15.63
11.00 Bds$17.20
12.00 Bds$18.76
13.00 Bds$20.32
14.00 Bds$21.89
15.00 Bds$23.45
16.00 Bds$25.01
17.00 Bds$26.58
18.00 Bds$28.14
19.00 Bds$29.70
20.00 Bds$31.27
Australian dollar Barbadian dollar
21.00 Bds$32.83
22.00 Bds$34.39
23.00 Bds$35.96
24.00 Bds$37.52
25.00 Bds$39.08
26.00 Bds$40.65
27.00 Bds$42.21
28.00 Bds$43.77
29.00 Bds$45.34
30.00 Bds$46.90
31.00 Bds$48.46
32.00 Bds$50.03
33.00 Bds$51.59
34.00 Bds$53.15
35.00 Bds$54.72
36.00 Bds$56.28
37.00 Bds$57.84
38.00 Bds$59.41
39.00 Bds$60.97
40.00 Bds$62.53
Australian dollar Barbadian dollar
41.00 Bds$64.10
42.00 Bds$65.66
43.00 Bds$67.22
44.00 Bds$68.79
45.00 Bds$70.35
46.00 Bds$71.91
47.00 Bds$73.48
48.00 Bds$75.04
49.00 Bds$76.60
50.00 Bds$78.17
51.00 Bds$79.73
52.00 Bds$81.29
53.00 Bds$82.86
54.00 Bds$84.42
55.00 Bds$85.98
56.00 Bds$87.55
57.00 Bds$89.11
58.00 Bds$90.67
59.00 Bds$92.24
60.00 Bds$93.80
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Australian dollar

The national currency of the Commonwealth of Australia is the Australian Dollar. In use since 1966, the currency is currently the fifth most traded currency in the World. Sometimes referred to as the "Aussie" this currency is made up of 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2 coins as well as $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 banknotes. Australian coins show Queen Elizabeth II on one side.

Barbadian dollar

The images on Barbadian Dollar banknotes are of Barbadians who have made a difference to Barbados as a country. They include Charles Duncan O’Neal ($10), Samuel Jackman Prescod ($20), Errol Walton Barrow ($50), Sir Grantley Adams ($100), John Redman Bovell ($2) and Sir Frank Worrell ($5). When coins were in short supply, Barbados cut some of the coins into halves, quarters and thirds and circulated them as legal tender. They were known as "Britts." During 1920, some of the banknotes showed both sterling and dollar values. For example, 1 dollar = 4 Shillings and 2 pence.

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