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2015 $5 coloured fine silver frosted uncirculated coin - Sydney New Year's Eve

Be inspired for 2015 with this new coin, celebrating what's great about the Sydney New Year's Eve celebrations.

Last coin of 2014 and First coin of 2015

The Royal Australian Mint will be giving the public the opportunity to strike the last coin of 2014 this New Year's Eve at the Mint in Canberra. Then on New Year's Day we'll open our doors and one keen collector will strike the very first coin for 2015.


Party like it's 1965 during Canberra's Enlighten 2015

In 2015, the Royal Australian Mint will celebrate its 50th anniversary, join our celebrations on 28 February 2015, as we turn back the clock to 1965. As part of Canberra's Enlighten2015 festival, dance the night away to the fab sounds of Melbourne's hottest 60s groovers - The Substitutes.


Commendation for the Mint at Canberra Region Tourism Awards

The Royal Australian Mint has proudly accepted a commendation in the Tourism Attraction category at the 2014 Canberra and Capital Region Tourism Awards held overnight.


Coin inspired by Sydney New Year's Eve Celebrations

The 2015 Sydney New Year's Eve coin features the spectacular fireworks over the glorious Sydney Harbour each year. Let it inspire your New Year as well.


Royal Australian Mint End of Year promotional flyer

The Royal Australian Mint is celebrating the end of 2014 and has released a promotional flyer, just in time for Christmas.


Royal Australian Mint runs additional tours for December

The Royal Australian Mint will be running additional free public tours during most of December. Tour times and dates are listed on the Mint's noticeboard and visit website


Online coin collectors' community goes live

On Monday 17 November 2014, the Royal Australian Mint launched "Shaping Your Collection" (SYC). SYC is an online community developed by the Mint to start a conversation with coin collectors.


Mint begins visitor gallery refurbishment

A major redevelopment of the Mint's factory viewing gallery is underway, which will greatly improve the experience for our visitors.Some changes to our gallery and potential interruptions during this work are unavoidable. We apologise for the inconvenience. Redesign and construction work is expected to run between 17 November and 26 December 2014.


Calling former Minties to celebrate 50 years of history

In February 2015, the Royal Australian Mint will mark 50 proud years since being officially opened by His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. To celebrate this important milestone, the Mint will host a special dinner for current and former Mint staff who have been a part of the Mint's journey during these five decades.


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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AIF sail from Albany. Marking 100 years since the ANZACs Embarkation.

These two coins remember the first Australian Imperial Force convoy which set sail from Albany, Western Australia in November 1914, transporting Australian and New Zealander troops to the battlefields of the First World War.

Mint Issue 103 Available Online

View the Mint Issue 103 Booklet

The new Mint Issue 103 catalogue is now available for online viewing and download. A fantastic range of new products!

Making a Mint

Original foyer display at the Mint, 1960s.

We want you to get involved in our 50th anniversary celebrations in 2015!

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.