Treasures of the National Coin Collection
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The Royal Australian Mint is showing support for the Wallabies’ bid to become World Champions, with the release of a $2 limited edition coin available in Woolworths supermarket registers from today.
The $2 Wallabies coin captures the strength and dedication of the team as they embark on their campaign in Japan this month.
Good news! Due to customer feedback the Mint has decided to open the ASIO Coincryption Competition to include coins purchased through the Mint’s Authorised Distributor Network.
To enter you will still need a valid receipt from either the Mint or the Authorised Distributor from whom you’ve purchase the coin.
A list of these distributors can be found on our website.
The one-time pad needed to crack the code on the coin can be found below or on our social media channels.
The 30th anniversary of National Police Remembrance Day to honour Australia’s police forces is marked with a coloured $2 commemorative coin by the Royal Australian Mint, following the release of a circulating coin of the same design.
The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint’s) first ever coin featuring a secret code releases today to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO). Today also marks the launch of the Mint’s exciting new competition – Coincryption – a competition that celebrates the secret and elusive world of spies and espionage.