To celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year, the Royal Australian Mint has announced three lucky winners of its nationwide Lunar Year of the Rat coin competition at a pop-up in Chinatown Melbourne.
The Royal Australian Mint is celebrating 50 years of Journey Beyond Rail Expeditions’ revered Indian Pacific, with a new coloured 50 cent coin depicting the iconic Australian train and the announcement of a competition to win a trip for two on the transcontinental journey.
Today the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) welcomed the public to its highly sought after annual event to see the first coin of 2020 struck in its very own capital city, Canberra. This is the first coin strike of the decade and almost a century since the first coin of the 20’s was struck in Australia.
The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has revealed the secret message on its recently released coin commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) as well as the winner of its nationwide competition – Coincryption – a competition that celebrates the secret and elusive world of spies and espionage.
With just over 200 days to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has announced its support of the Australian Olympic Committee’s Olympic Change-Makers, students who are being recognised for demonstrating the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities.
Iconic Australian cultural heritage institution and the sole producer of the nation’s circulating coins, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint), was recognised for its excellence in tourism operations and visitor experience at the Canberra Region Tourism Awards on Friday night.
To mark the Centenary of Queensland and North Territory Aerial Services Ltd (Qantas), the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) and the national carrier have today revealed a new $1 Australian circulating coin, a collectible Qantas Centenary 11 Coin Set, along with a ‘Golden Ticket’ competition.
To mark the first sign of the Chinese lunar zodiac, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has released a Year of the Rat coin collection and launched a competition to win a limited edition gold proof domed coin.