The first new coin for 2015 has been unveiled during one of the Royal Australian Mint’s most highly anticipated annual events in Canberra. The new design Anzac Centenary will be featured on the Mint’s public gallery press throughout the year.
The Royal Australian Mint has proudly accepted a commendation at the 2014 Canberra and Capital Region Tourism Awards held overnight.
The Mint was recognised in the Tourism Attraction category for the third year running, on the back of solid growth in the number of visitors to the Mint each year.
As the Royal Australian Mint approaches its 50th anniversary in 2015, one Australian family has uncovered a link to a curious part of the Mint’s National Coin Collection.
Following the high interest at Anzac Albany, the Royal Australian Mint is continuing to share the opportunity to have a special keepsake for the Anzac Centenary period â€“ this time in Melbourne.
As the producer of the nation’s Official Anzac Centenary Coin Program and Major Partner of Anzac Albany, the Royal Australian Mint (the Mint) is marking the weekend with special keepsakes available exclusively for the participants in the Albany commemorations.
To mark the 100th anniversary since the first convoy set sail from Albany carrying Australian and New Zealand troops to the First World War, the Royal Australian Mint is a Major Partner of 'Anzac Albany' and will have a special pop-up stall onsite during the events in Albany, Western Australia.
The Royal Australian Mint has been recognised for its work towards health and safety at the annual Comcare Awards in Melbourne.
The Mint was declared the winner of the Workplace Health and Safety Management System category for the Health, Safety and Environment Management System (HSEMS) which was implemented over the past three years.
To celebrate National Science Week, former National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronaut, Mr Richard (Rick) Hieb, launched the final spectacular domed coin, Orion, from the award-winning Southern Sky series at the Royal Australian Mint today.