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Recent News

Are you a Ford fanatic or a Holden hero? Want to appear on national breakfast TV?

The Royal Australian Mint in Canberra is holding a celebration of Australian motorsport and is inviting locals to join us on national breakfast TV on Tuesday 21 August. Kids, cars, supporter flags and clothing welcome!  

The TV event will launch the Mint’s Motorsport Collection, featuring 12 new fifty cent coins showcasing iconic Ford or Holden vehicles.

A Ford or Holden Motorsport coin is also on offer for those that bring along a car matching one of the models below.

Sun sets on Royal Australian Mint’s golden kangaroo – but there is a silver lining

2019 $25 Gold Proof Kangaroo at Sunset Ballot Coin
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For the past 11 years, the Royal Australian Mint has held an annual ballot for the iconic Kangaroo at Sunset $25 Gold Proof Coin, with this year marking the coin’s final release.

Available exclusively by ballot, the Kangaroo at Sunset $25 Gold Proof Coin release has been a yearly tradition for the Mint, says Chief Executive Officer Ross MacDiarmid.

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Royal Australian Mint maps Western Hemisphere on convex coin

2018 $100 Gold Proof Domed Coin captures the Western Hemisphere
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Artistry, craftsmanship and history combine in a new gold domed coin released today by the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint).

The 2018 $100 Gold Proof Domed Coin captures the Western Hemisphere as depicted on a richly-decorated 1626 map by English cartographer John Speed titled A New and Accurate Map of the World.

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Victoria and South Australia will be Minting their way to mischief with a counter-stamp Rascals & Ratbags coin in August

Marking 150 years since the convict era of Rascals and Ratbags, the Royal Australian Mint is landing in a town near you. To celebrate their special contribution to Australia’s history, heritage and folklore, you’re invited to get up to a bit of mischief yourself, by counterstamping your very own commemorative Rascals & Ratbags $1 coin. Our mobile minting team will be touring around the country, stocked with a range of special products, coin swaps and just as many great stories to share.

Freshly minted designs