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Exciting coins to celebrate Australia's Olympic and Paralympic athletes

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With the opening ceremonies of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games on the horizon, the Royal Australian Mint is kicking off its supporters’ campaign with the release of its collectible coin program. Sharing in the spirit of the Olympics, Paralympics and Commonwealth Games, the Mint is proud to have released various coins over the decades.

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Score yourself a National Rugby League collectible coin set from Anaconda

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The Taylor boys had stars in their eyes when one of their favourite footballers was on hand to help them add to their coin collections this morning.

Leslie (10) and Damon (8) ventured into their local Anaconda store before school to purchase their NRL coin sets, only to find former Canberra Raiders captain Jarrod Croker behind the counter waiting to serve them.

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It’s official – Australia’s Best Cultural Tourism destination is right at home in the nation’s capital

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The Royal Australian Mint is celebrating its gold win at the 2023 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards, announced in Darwin last Friday night.

The Mint was named as Australia’s Best Cultural Tourism destination ahead of Immersive Tours and Adventures (Queensland) and Geelong Gallery (Victoria).

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Royal Australian Mint Bolsters Tech to Meet New Era of Coin Collection

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Royal Australian Mint, the sole producer of all Australia's circulating coins, has teamed up with EQL, the commerce platform built to ensure reliable and fair product launches, to provide a better solution to our ecommerce challenges and improve the experience for collectors as they aim to get their hands on new coins. 

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Many firsts for one lucky coin collector

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About 300 people tried their luck to make national and international history this morning, and strike the first coin for 2024 at the Royal Australian Mint.

But only Izzy Zaharis, of Wollongong, as the first person drawn from the barrel, became the only person in Australia to take home the very first collectible commemorative coin featuring the new King Charles III effigy.

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