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What identification do I need to bring when buying foreign cash?

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Last updated 19 March 2014


Satisfactory identification is considered:

1x primary photographic identification document. For example:
     •     Passport
     •     Australian drivers license 
     •     Proof of age card issued in Australia);

OR
2x primary non photographic identification documents. For example: 
     •     Birth certificate
     •     Citizenship certificate
     •     Pension card issued by Centrelink that entitles financial benefits

OR
1x primary non photographic and 1x secondary identification document. Secondary identification documents must show your name and residential address and include:
     •     A foreign drivers licence
     •     A recent notice issued by the Australian Taxation Office
     •     An electricity, gas or council rates notice showing details of any service provided to you

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