Overview

The Royal Australian Mint is responsible for being the sole supplier of Australia's circulating coins. The Royal Australian Mint also produces coins for other countries, along with medals, medallions, jewellery and seals for private clients. The mint employs approximately 245 people, and is headquartered in Deakin, ACT.

The Royal Australian Mint is a prescribed agency within the Commonwealth Government portfolio of the Treasury.

The Royal Australian Mint produces and distributes circulating coins and collector coins for the Australian economy, collectors and foreign countries, including Samoa, the Solomon Islands, Tonga, Vanuatu, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and the Cook Islands. In addition, the Mint produces a number of medals, awards, medallions and jewellery items for domestic and overseas customers.

The Royal Australian Mint produces the following coins:

  • $2 coin
  • $1 coin
  • 50 cent coin
  • 20 cent coin
  • 10 cent coin
  • 5 cent coin
  • 2 cent coin (withdrawn from circulation in February 1992)
  • 1 cent coin (withdrawn from circulation in February 1992)

 

 

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