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Travel Cards

Compare travel cards from a range of providers

- Last updated on 27 Jan 2022

To help you make a choice about Travel Cards, here are some options you can consider. These are some examples of what’s available in the marketplace from selected providers.

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ING Orange Everyday

Debit Card

  • Qualify for the fee rebate by a monthly deposit of $1000 into your Everyday Account
  • Shop online and overseas and pay no international transaction fees
  • No monthly fees
  • $75 cash bonus when you sign up

ATM fee rebate in anywhere in the world!

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Qantas Cash

Qantas Cash Card

  • Available currencies: AUD, AED, CAD, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, NZD, SGD, THB, USD.
  • Overseas ATM fee: AUD$1.95
  • Domestic ATM fee: AUD$0
  • Currency conversion fee: 0%
  • Initial load fee: 1%. Reload fee: 1%
  • Purchase fee: AUD$0

No currency conversion or domestic ATM fees but be mindful of overseas ATM use.

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Travel Card

  • Available currencies: AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, NZD, SGD, THB, USD.
  • Initial Load fee: 0%. Reload fee: 0%
  • Card Issuance fee: AUD$0
  • AUD Currency fee: 0%
  • Unsupported Currency fee: 4%
  • Overseas ATM fee: AUD$3.50. Domestic ATM fee: AUD$3.50

Perks include 10 loadable currencies, no purchase fee, no reload fee and AUD currency fee


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Westpac Global Currency Card

  • Available currencies include AUD, USD, NZD, GBP, SGD, HKD, JPY, CAD, THB, ZAR.
  • Overseas ATM fees charged based on currency, the big four are AUD2.00, GBP1.50, EUR2.00, USD2.00.
  • No fees on initial load or reloading.
  • Currency conversion fee of 3% when buying in a currency not loaded on the card.
  • Top up available instantly online, via Bank Transfer, and via BPAY.
  • iOS and Android app available.

A reloadable prepaid Visa money card that can be used to make payments in multiple currencies.