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Celebrate the birth of the newest addition to the Royal Family with a special celebratory piece.

Battles of Greece and Crete commemorated in enduring pieces

As the 74th anniversary of the Battle of Mainland Greece and Crete nears, the Royal Australian Mint has released two exquisitely designed collectable coins, announced at the commemorative wreath-laying ceremony today at the Australian Hellenic Memorial.


Auction catalogue for rare production pieces now avaliable

Rare production standard coins are being made available to the public through auction, held by Downies Australian Coin Auctions. The official auction catalogue has now been released for perusal.


Mint not at ANDA this year

At this stage there are no plans for the Mint to attend ANDA Shows this year. However, to continue to support ANDA, a show special will be available to purchase from the ANDA stand at the show in Brisbane, the 2015 $1 B for Brisbane Privy Mark Uncirculated Coin Mob of Roos.


Celebrate the birth of the second Royal Baby

To commemorate the birth of the newborn baby and second child to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Catherine, the Royal Australian Mint will soon release two beautifully designed coins; a stunning 99.9% fine silver piece and a coin with an uncirculated finish in cupro nickel.


Information about the 2015 $2 Coloured Circulating Coin

On Sunday 19 April 2015, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer announced the release of a new circulating coin for Australia. This announcement was made to inform the public of a new circulating coin and its commemorative purpose to mark the Anzac Centenary. The coin release has generated a lot of interest and queries about the coin release. Find more information about the coin release here


Symbolic red on new circulating coin marks Centenary of the Gallipoli Landing

Just ahead of Anzac Day 2015, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, the Honourable Kelly O'Dwyer MP, announced that Australia's newest coloured circulating coin will remember the Anzacs and enter public circulation from Monday 20 April. This circulating coin will be released as part of the Royal Australian Mint's Official Anzac Centenary Coin Program.


Mint offers up production pieces to the public

The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) is giving collectors the rare opportunity to secure themselves production standard coins used during the manufacturing process. An auction of these items will be held by Downies Australian Coin Auctions from 26 to 28 May at Box Hill Town Hall in Melbourne.


Australia mints world history with new circulating coin for Cook Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu

History was made today with three Pacific Island nations marking the introduction of their own brand new circulating coins at the official coin striking ceremony at the Royal Australian Mint.


Mint Legends Loyalty Program

Want to become a Mint Legends member and be rewarded for shopping with us for no extra cost? Express your interest on our Contact the Mint page by clicking here.



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Australia at War Subscription Program

Discover the stories of our past and present Anzacs through the Australia at War series, commemorating over a century of Australian military service. Take a journey with the 18 beautifully crafted coins, released periodically over three years, to mark significant events and dates from our wartime history.

Mint Issue 105 Available Online

View the Mint Issue 105 Booklet

The new Mint Issue 105 catalogue is now available for online viewing and download. A fantastic range of new products!

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Original foyer display at the Mint, 1960s.

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Official Anzac Centenary Coin Program

Official Anzac Centenary Coin Program

Learn more about the Royal Australian Mint's Official Anzac Centenary Coin Program and see the coins already released as part of the 2014-18 Centenary of Anzac commemorations.