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The Mint joins the countdown: One Year to Go – Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018

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The Mint will be joining in on the ‘One Year to Go’ celebrations for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games this week.

The community celebration event on Surfers Paradise Beach will see Borobi and his Mascoteers, musical performers and fun activities to Share the Dream and start the exciting countdown to the Commonwealth Games in April 2018.

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The Trans-Australian Tour: Your ticket to trade with the Royal Australian Mint

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The Mint is all aboard and leaving Canberra to bring the people of Australia a piece of coining history. To celebrate one hundred years since the establishment of the Trans-Australian Railway, which successfully united the east and west of Australia, we are making tracks to visit a town near you!

Image of the Trans-Australian Railway

Go full steam ahead to visit our pop-up stalls for your ticket to trade. You can:

The Mint at the Sydney Royal Easter Show in 2017

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The Royal Australian Mint will have two exhibits at the Sydney Royal Easter Show this year in the Heritage Pavilion and the Home, Garden and Lifestyle Hall.

At the Home, Garden and Lifestyle Hall you will be able to buy our newest releases and strike your very own 'S' for Sydney coin; a coin which commemorates 100 years of the Trans-Australian Railway.

Legends of the Anzacs coin collection released by News Corp Australia

News Corp Australia are acknowledging the men and women who have served our country and honouring their gallant or distinguished conduct or service with the 14 part coin collection – Legends of the Anzacs. In recognition of the Anzac Centenary commemorative period each coin explores a different military honours (both Imperial and Australian honours) awarded to Australians throughout the past 100 years.

25th anniversary of the removal Australia’s 1 and 2 cent coins from circulation

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This month we pass the 25 year anniversary since our bronze coloured coins were removed from circulation. Although this was a quarter of a century ago, the designs on these pieces are still loved today. There are many facts that you may not know about these bronze delights and to mark this anniversary we are sharing some with you - see below:

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