What Businesses Accept Bitcoin in Australia?

By Crypto News Australia March 14, 2024

Bitcoin is mostly purchased as a long-term investment. However, the coin was originally created as a mode of payment outside the control of banks and governments. As the sector has grown in prominence, more are becoming open to spending and accepting digital currency as a form of exchange. Not only are several online retailers offering this, the number of physical stores that accept crypto in Australia is growing.

This guide will explore several Aussie companies that allow you to use digital assets as a form of payment. Keep in mind that this list is not conclusive and constantly expanding.  

Disclaimer: This article has been independently researched to identify Australian businesses that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. While we strive to provide a comprehensive list, it is important to note that this guide may not include all businesses accepting Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. Additionally, the acceptance status of cryptocurrencies can change, and some businesses listed may no longer accept them at the time of reading. We recommend verifying the current cryptocurrency acceptance policy directly with the businesses prior to making any transactions.

Why would a business want to accept crypto?

Cryptocurrency offers several advantages over regular fiat currency (such as AUD). One of the biggest benefits is lower fees. Have you ever noticed that, when paying by card, the amount you’re charged is greater than the cost of the actual goods? This is due to middleman fees for processing the card payment. Bitcoin payments can often be finalised faster and cheaper than credit/debit card alternatives. This becomes even more relevant for international businesses that might be charged a ForEx fee for converting fiat payments.


Additionally, the nature of a blockchain makes fraudulent payments almost impossible. A common issue for business owners is scammers reversing transactions. However, such chargebacks cannot be made using BTC, preventing significant fraud risk.  

Using a crypto debit card

A crypto debit card is a payment option that’s become more popular over time. They work like any other debit card, except you load them up with digital currencies to spend at popular online and physical retailers. Card providers are typically aligned with payment gateways like MasterCard or Visa meaning they are accepted at most shops. For example, a card such as the Stables debit card lets you use stablecoins at 100,000+ stores. This means you can avoid the volatility of the crypto market while benefitting from the advantages of digital assets.

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Another alternative:

A crypto debit card will automatically convert the digital currencies in your connected wallet to a fiat currency. Although this is a convenient option that is accepted almost everywhere, the conversion fees can be a little expensive. That’s why it can be valuable to search for retailers that accept crypto directly. 

Online retailers that accept crypto

Crypto can now be used at a long list of online stores that offer a variety of products. Some are simple, local retailers, while others are multi-national businesses. If you look hard enough, most popular products can now be purchased via digital currency.

CheapAirYou can sort your next holiday using Bitcoin thanks to this digital flight agency. The team has partnered with BitPay so you can pay for flights and accommodation using BTC and 14 other cryptocurrencies.

DreamPCCustomers have purchased their new gaming desktops through crypto via this Aussie brand. However, it’s been a couple of years since the last report of a successful BTC purchase, so it may be worth contacting the team to double-check.

The Living Room of Satoshi – An intermediary business that allows you to pay your bills using 20+ digital currencies, including Bitcoin, USDT and more.

eGifterAn online retailer that lets you buy business cards for thousands of Aussie brands without any crypto fees.

Mooning Market – A merchant marketplace with thousands of items that can be purchased with Bitcoin. Think a crypto version of eBay.

LauntelAn NBN service provider that accepts Bitcoin. Pay for your internet with BTC.

QLD businesses


Crypto Coffee is a cafe based in New Farm in Brisbane. It features TVs that show live prices of crypto assets and allows customers to pay for their coffee and food with cryptocurrency.

Nimbin Bush Theatre Cafe. Located in Nimbin on Mulgum Creek, the cafe accepts Bitcoin and hosts a Bitcoin ATM.

Nom Nom Korean is a fusion cuisine in an affordable street-food style in Fortitude Valley that allows Bitcoin payments for your food bill.


IGA X-press Bowen Hills accepts Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC) and Binance Coin (BNB) so you can pay for your groceries with cryptocurrency.

Jim’s Jerky is an Australian beef biltong and jerky company that started taking direct debit payments with Bitcoin in 2014.

BUDA Organic Foods is a boutique, organic farm in the Sunshine Coast hinterlands that accepts cryptocurrency payments for their eggs.

RealScope is a real estate photography, drone and video production company based in Brisbane’s northern suburbs. They accept a range of crypto payments for their services.

Flower Blinds Brisbane is a local family-owned business located in Woodridge that specialises in the supply and installation of high-quality blinds. The team accepts BTC payments.


Queensland Solar & Lighting accepts Bitcoin and other crypto payments for their solar systems.

Budget Shower Screens manufactures and installs shower screens across Brisbane. They are located in Clayfield in Brisbane.

Lawless Salon is a hairdresser located in Fortitude Valley that has been reported accept digital currencies such as Bitcoin.

Prime Systems is a Brisbane-based business that accepts a variety of cryptocurrencies for its electronic security, data and networking services.

2Gems Media are leading videographers and producers that accept Bitcoin for a variety of projects.

NSW businesses


Since I Left You is a restaurant and bar which has live music acts. They are located in Sydney and accept Bitcoin.

Blackstar Pastry and Cafe is a boutique patisserie that claims its Strawberry Watermelon Cake is the “world’s most instagrammable cake.” It is located in Rosebery, Sydney.

Peak Coffee is a wholesale coffee company that sells coffee to businesses and cafes. They are located in  Port Macquarie.


Babylikestopony sells women’s fashion and is completely female-owned and operated. They process Bitcoin payments via BitPay

Quality Dental in North Sydney specialises in cosmetic dentistry.

Monstrosity Dreadlocks are a leading hairdresser specialising in dreadlocks in the Sydney suburb of Stanmore.

Tamworth Heart Clinic is a cardiologist service in Sydney suburb Tamworth that accepts Bitcoin.

Forsyth Real Estate is a real estate agency with predominantly properties on the lower north shore. They take crypto for advertising costs as well as home deposits.

Jam’s Karaoke Bar lets you sing the night away in one of their authentic Japanese karaoke machines. You can pay via BTC and ETH. 

Big4 Tweed Billabong Holiday Park provides accommodation, water slides and breathtaking views on the border of NSW and QLD. They accept Bitcoin, Litecoin and BNB. 

Victorian businesses


Third Wave Cafe in Albert Park offers coffees and bites by day and becomes a BBQ joint at night. They even launched their own NFT collection.

Giuseppe Pizza is located on the Mornington Peninsula and serves, funnily enough, pizzas.


Vera Chan is a gift store in Melbourne city, offering handmade and unique finds.

Dream Vision Sound offer electronics, camera equipment and drones for professional and casual photographers.

Eclectico in St Kilda offers men’s, women’s and children’s fashion

Jay Kirby offers men’s ties and cufflinks from a store in Kew. They accept Bitcoin.

GlowGolf in Docklands offers mini-golf in the dark. They also operate the self-described “smallest bar in Melbourne”.

Comans Services are Melbourne-based business consultants that accept BTC payments for its services.

Other Australian businesses

Bar Biscotti is located in the Perth Central Business District and even offers discounts to patrons who pay with BTC.

Quokka Beds accepts Bitcoin for its sustainable Australian timber beds and latex mattresses. They are located in Wangara, WA.

Broadwater Builds is a WA-based home renovation and construction company that accepts cryptocurrency payments.

King’s Road Brewing Co are a Western Australian brewery that accepts crypto payments

Frisk. Small bar is a WA gin bar with excellent outdoor seating and a crypto-friendly environment.

Elk Fish Robotics is a Fremantle drone store that accepts in-store crypto payments for electronic repairs.Hunt Furniture is a South Australian furniture store that creates locally-made products that can be paid for in BTC and other cryptocurrencies.

Where to buy Bitcoin and crypto

The most common place to buy Bitcoin and any other cryptocurrency is through an exchange. Several Australian-based exchanges offer AUD deposits and withdrawals such as Swyftx, Coinjar and Coinspot. There are also big international exchanges available to Aussie users such as Binance, Coinbase and Crypto.com. Although it’s important to keep in mind that some of these international do not offer AUD deposits or withdrawals meaning you’ll need to buy crypto on an Australian exchange before sending it to the international exchange to start trading. Cryptonews has compared the best cryptocurrency exchanges available to Australians, and ranked them based on a number of factors.


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