Purchase Norwegian Krone with Australian Dollars. Your amount will round to 100 Norwegian Krone. We will provide you with a mix of denominations. If you need something specific please enter a comment at the bottom of the checkout page.
The Scandinavian countries are generally visited by Australians in the european summer. There are also many people who take cruises in the Baltic sea.
Norway uses its own currency – The Norwegian Krone. Euros would generally need to be exchanged in banks but may be able to be used in tourist areas (but usually at a very bad rate). You will also be able to change Australian dollars in banks.??The Currency Exchange keeps a stock of Norwegian Krone but it is best to order them in advance if you can – especially if you are travelling with a group.
ATMs will be available in most cities and in most smaller towns. All ATMs will dispense local currency. For your Cash Passport we recommend loading Australian Dollars. You will be able to use your Cash Passport card in all shops – anywhere the MasterCard logo is displayed.
Two of our owners – Paul and Sandra recently went to Norway and it’s northern Island Svalbard. Norwegian Krone is definitely the currency to use in Norway, but if you are taking a cruise ship then you may need to have some US Dollars for use on board. Svalbard boasts the world’s most northerly ATM machine, but from what they saw it only accepted Norwegian cards, so it is best to have cash with you to buy your Isbjorn souvenirs.