Well certainly not a currency war. As twitter posts have been appearing with news that Malaysia has joined the currency war, RBA board members are now talking about the possibility of joining - following other nations to lower their interest rates....Roger Corbett got a mention (here) as did Guy Debelle...
...‘To date in Australia, we have been able to counter the effects of the higher Australian dollar with lower interest rates,’’ he said in a speech to the University of Adelaide Business School. ‘‘We still, obviously, retain scope to lower interest rates further, should the need arise, including to counterbalance the pressures of an elevated exchange rate.’’....But Mr Debelle warned that cutting interest rates too far could also create problems for the economy - forcing up the price of assets and causing people to borrow more than they could afford....(here).
This is for an economy where there is already a bursting property bubble and asset price trend.
Meanwhile even the RBA is admitting the Aussie dollar is overvalued, but not by much they say!
(the Economist calculated the overvaluation at 60% recently).