Come along to the Mint on Friday 01 February for Mini-Minties program. February’s theme will be ‘Making Medals’. There will be gallery exploration to discover some precious medals and find out how and where they are made followed by the chance to see what type of medal you could make in our craft activity!
Happening Friday 01 February from 10.30am to 11.15am and 2.30pm to 3.15pm, followed by a complimentary coffee for parents and guardians.
All children must be accompanied by an adult and bookings are essential.
Cost: $10 per child (plus booking fee). Accompanying adults do not need to purchase a ticket.
Where: Education Room, Royal Australian Mint.
Age: This program is aimed at children aged between 4-6
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Book in this school holidays to make your own treasure box out of various craft materials.
Dates: Tuesday, 22 January and Thursday, 24 January
Time: 10.30am – 11.15am
Location: Education room, Royal Australian Mint
Cost: $5.00 per child (plus booking fee)
This activity is aimed at children aged between 5-8. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Bookings essential as numbers are limited.
Please click here to book.
Click here to download our School Holiday Program
Please note: Not all programs are currently taking bookings and will become available at a later date.
Please keep checking our website for further details.
Caina Putut, Ilya, Wartanganha – Long ago, Today, Tomorrow
Join us in exploring the mesmerising 3D elements and black lit work of Chern’ee Sutton’s painting, Caina Putut, Ilya, Wartanganha – Long ago, Today, Tomorrow, currently on loan to the Royal Australian Mint. Using a black light and 3D glasses, this talk will take you through a discovery of the different elements of the nine metre long painting, including the people and stories that helped shaped the work painted onsite at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
November 7 and 21
December 5 and 19
January 9 and 23
Royal Australian Mint, Gallery
Free, however, bookings are recommended
Treasures of the National Coin Collection
Royal Australian Mint
Entry is FREE
See some of the most treasured coins from the National Coin Collection on display in our Treasures of the National Coin Collection exhibition. Coins have long been associated with precious treasure but some coins are more precious than most. A coin can be treasured for its rarity, value, beauty or craftsmanship. Even a coin with an unusual error can become especially valuable to collectors. With a 1930 penny, 1 kilogram gold coin and the famous “kookaburra” pennies, the coins in this exhibition are among the rarest, most valuable and most extraordinary coins in Australia.