Treasures of the National Coin Collection
Book a school excursion to the Mint
Visit the Mint on your next school excursion and see where all of Australia's circulating coins are made!
The United States Mint (Mint) announced today a collaborative project with the Royal Australian Mint. The two Mints will produce a commemorative coin set in celebration of the historic Apollo 11 Moon landing on July 20, 1969. The set will feature a U.S. Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Half Dollar paired with an Australian 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing $5 Silver Proof Domed Coin.
Visit the Royal Australian Mint during 7–18 January 2019, and enter the May Gibbs colouring-in competition for your chance to win a Treasured Australian Stories 2018 Coloured Frosted Uncirculated Set!
The competition will take place in the children’s corner of the Gallery. For competition terms and conditions, please visit: https://www.ramint.gov.au/snugglepot-and-cuddlepie-colouring-competition-terms-conditions
Today history was made at the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) when one lucky coin enthusiast received the first coin in the world for 2019.
With Australia’s biggest horsepower party less than a month away, the Mint is gearing-up to join the action at the annual Street Machine Car Festival SUMMERNATS 32.
The Mint will be making available a limited number of the highly sought-after Ford and Holden Motorsport coins and Collection Tins. The coins celebrate the history of Australian Motorsports, the cars and the drivers who blazed a trail into Motorsports' history.
The Motorsport coins and Collection Tins (empty) are $15 each. In addition to this, the stand will be stocking the following coin sachets.
The excitement of the era of discovery is captured in a new fine silver proof domed coin released today by the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint).
The exclusive 2019 $5 Fine Silver Proof Domed Coin features the delicate artistry of a richly-decorated 1812 map and traces the three voyages by Captain Cook.