Use this Australian Money Counter to calculate the amount of all the notes and coins you have with yourself.

## Australian Money Counter

**Bills**

**Coins**

Total Money: 0.00 AUD

Number of Bills: 0

Total Coins: 0

## What is an Australian Money Counter?

Australian money counter is an online finance calculator used to calculate the total amount of bills and coins you have with yourself.

This online calculator helps the user to add up the bills and coins of different denominations to know the actual amount of all the bills and coins in Australian dollars.

The Australian dollar which is abbreviated as A$ or $ is the official and legal currency of Australia. It is the sixth most traded currency in the foreign exchange market. It is also the legal currency of three independent island states: Kiribati, Nauru, and Tuvalu.

The Australian dollar (AUD) is subdivided into 100 smaller units called ‘Cents’.

Here are the banknotes and coins denominations used in Australia:

**Banknotes:** $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100

**Coins:** 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, and $2

**Note:** $1, $2 banknotes, and 1c and 2c coins are no longer used.

## How to Use the Australian Money Calculator?

- Visit the Australian Money Counter webpage
- Enter the count of all the banknotes you have with yourself
- Similarly, if you want to count coints too, enter the coins value too
- After that, click on the ‘Calculate’ button
- The total money, number of biils and total coins will be displayed to you

## Example

**Example:** John has 2 hundred dollars bill, 5 fifty dollars bill, 6 twenty dollars bill, 4 ten dollars bill, and 2 five dollars bill. He also few coins – 15 two dollar coins, 5 ten cents coins, and 10 five cent coins. Calculate the total money John have with himself.

First, we will calculate the total bills amount and then we’ll move to the coin parts:

**Bills:**

Hundred Dollars Bill (A$ 100) – 2 x A$ 100 = A$ 200

Fifty Dollars Bill (A$ 50) – 5 x A$ 50 = A$ 250

Twenty Dollars Bill (A$ 20) – 6 x A$ 20 = A$ 120

Ten Dollars Bill (A$ 10) – 4 x A$ 10 = A$ 40

Five Dollars Bill (A$ 5) – 2 x A$ 5 = A$ 10

Total Money = A$ 200 + A$ 250 +A$ 120 + A$ 40 + A$ 10 = A$ 620

**Coins:**

Two Dollars Coins (A$ 2) – 15 x A$ 2 = A$ 30

Ten Cents Coins (10c) – 5 x 10c = 50c

Five Cents Coins (5c) – 10 x 5c = 50c

Total Money = (A$ 30 + 50c + 50c) = A$ 31

Total Cash Money John have: (A$ 620 + A$ 31) = A$ 651

Thus, John have A$ 651 Australian money.

## Reference

- Australian Dollars Denominations Retrieved from “Australian dollar – Wikipedia“