I know SteamDB isn't mainly a pricing site but I find the Sales page useful. It would be nice if you could add AU prices to SteamDB. As the offtopic post mentioned, we do get regional pricing here although we pay in USD with no GST (VAT) paid by Steam (either in Australia or New Zealand). Fortunately it's not automatic unlike with EU and UK (automatic is the same as US), but the larger publishers do sometimes want rip us off. I'm actually in NZ not Australia, but we're the same region pricing-wise usually. We do get some games or packs that are banned in Australia so using the Steam AU prices isn't perfect but it's still better than nothing.
Thanks for the great site in any case!
Seconding this, prices in Australia are far different on quite a few titles - even though we are charged in USD.
You can see Australian pricing by adding ?cc=au to the end of a steam store page.
We will add AU prices to SteamDB whenever Valve adds AUD on Steam.
Is it possible to implement whilst it's still in USD?
Even though we use USD as the currency for Australian steam store, the prices are often different to US steam store.
For example right now GTAV is Sale for Halloween Sale
http://store.steampowered.com/app/271590/?cc=us - USD$40.19
http://store.steampowered.com/app/271590/?cc=au - USD$50.24
It's been mentioned many times before, but the answer won't change. SteamDB will add AUD when Steam adds it as a currency. Here is when it was last brought up: https://steamdb.info/forum/242/
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