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Museum of Australian Currency Notes


The Museum of Australian Currency Notes presents the history of Australian currency since the first settlement was established in 1788 through to the current day. The notes are described in context with the social, economical, cultural and political history of the times.


The history is presented from the displays of the notes and coins through to archival film and photographs. Learn about those faces on the notes, who they were and why they were chosen. Also discover how techology and art work has evolved to prevent conterfeit notes being printed and distributed.

A must see for any numismatist.

Museum of Australian Currency Notes
Museum of Australian Currency Notes, Sydney


Location: Reserve Bank of Australia
65 Martin Place, Sydney
Telephone: +61 2 9551 9743 or 9762
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00 to 16:00 (Business day only)
Services: Small group tours by arrangement; Admission Free.
Website: Museum of Australian Currency Notes
Getting There: By Train: Martin Place Station is the closest railway station.