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!
In light of current COVID-19 health warnings, the Royal Australian Mint will be closed to visitors from 5.00 pm today until further notice. As an essential service, the Mint's factory will continue to operate as normal.
Purchases can still be made via our online store https://eshop.ramint.gov.au or by calling 1300 652 020. Existing orders will be processed and dispatched as normal.
The Royal Australian Mint has recently delayed the first stage of the Eureka! Roadshow and suspended Coin Swap events due to the unfolding Coronavirus situation.
At this time we wish to assure our loyal and dedicated collectors that the Mint will resume Roadshow and Coin Swap events once they are deemed safe for our staff and attendees. At which time the Mint will strive to visit as many towns and cities across each state and territory as is achievable within the time-frame.
The Royal Australian Mint has temporarily closed its upstairs Gallery to the public in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health warnings. All other areas of the Mint will remain open including the retail shop and takeaway food and beverages from the Mint’s Café. This change is effective immediately and will continue until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
International orders deliveries from the Royal Australian Mint are currently experiencing delays due to the coronavirus COVID19.
Australia Post is working with partner airlines and other postal operators to move items as quickly as possible. However due to the ever-changing situation, delays may occur in all destination countries.
For details about your specific location please visit: https://auspost.com.au/about-us/news-media/important-updates/coronavirus
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says there is no evidence that cash transmits the coronavirus. All common surfaces can carry the COVID-19 virus or any other bacteria and viruses. This includes mobile phones, credit cards, eftpos machines, key pads, door handles, elevator buttons, paper receipts, shopping trolleys, products, shelves, etc. The key to avoiding infection when interacting with any potential carrier surface is good hand hygiene - regular and thorough hand washing and good sanitation.