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A new dino-mite family friendly exhibition opens at the Mint

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A new dino-mite exhibition exploring the incredible world of Australia’s dinosaurs has opened at the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) in Canberra.

Dinosaurs Down Under will immerse visitors in a prehistoric world, to uncover the wonder and fragility of life over time, from the age of dinosaurs to their descendants still among us.

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Royal Australian Mint unveils commemorative coin for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

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In the lead up to the 70th Anniversary of the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has unveiled a new collectable 50c coin celebrating the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty to go on sale on 5 May.

Marking 70 years on the throne, the special coin design depicts intertwining golden wattle branches and Lilly of the Valley flowers.

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Royal Australian Mint named top Cultural Tourism Destination in Australia

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The Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has been honoured as one of Australia’s best cultural tourism destination at the 2021 Australian Tourism Awards.

This prestigious award exemplifies the Mint as a thriving tourism destination that fosters a greater understanding and appreciation of authentic culture, history and heritage.

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Country Women’s Association mark centenary year on commemorative coin

2022 $1 Selectively Gold Plated Silver Proof Coin
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To mark one hundred years since the Country Women’s Association was established in Australia, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) has released two new commemorative coins.

Over the last century, the Country Women’s Association has proudly represented the women of rural Australia, giving them and their families an enduring voice on issues affecting rural communities.

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50th Anniversary of Tamworth Country Music Festival celebrated on collectible coin

50th anniversary of the Tamworth Country Music Festival
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A new commemorative coin has been minted to mark the 50th anniversary of one of the world’s biggest music festivals, the Tamworth Country Music Festival.

The collectible 50c coin, produced by the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint), features a gold-plated version of the Festival’s signature Golden Guitar.

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Royal Australian Mint marks the 50th Anniversary of the Aboriginal Flag

2021 $2 Coloured Uncirculated Aboriginal Flag
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Today, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) announced the release of a $2 commemorative circulating coin to mark 50 years since the first raising of the Aboriginal Flag in 1971.

Royal Australian Mint CEO, Leigh Gordon, highlighted the importance of the flag as a unifying symbol for Aboriginal Australians and the broader community.

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