At first, I will introduce the history of gold panning, then I will visit the museum inside, and see a ton of gold coins. That's spectacular. The most special experience is to see the elder brother casting gold bars on the spot. A Mint worth working with. It's better to go in the afternoon to avoid the tour group.
Perth Mint is an Australian Coin Museum, which collects gold coins, silver coins and copper coins from all periods of Australian history. It has a very rich collection, especially a huge golden knot in the door, which is amazing. When you come here, you can see that Australia has a long history, but it is unknown. It is absolutely worth visiting.
Perth Mint is the oldest Mint in Australia. During the Gold Rush, it was built as a branch of the British Royal Mint, and it is still working. Of course, there are showrooms and exhibition halls for visitors. We happened to be at the Mint on New Year's Day, so the door was closed and we had to punch in. But as far as I know, there are coin making performances and personalized coin making. It's also tax-free to buy here with your passport.
Perth Mint is a must-see place. It has a history of more than 200 years. It used to be a factory that made gold coins and coins for Britain. It's still in use. You can visit his workshop and the museum inside. You can understand the whole process of coins from materials to finished products. It is very instructive. You can visit it.
Adult ticket 19 knives, with full English introduction, the lecturer is very professional, funny and humorous, visit about an hour, experience project details see the attached drawings, the final automatic coin machine and gold weighing scale is very interesting, you can also choose to commemorate coins (all kinds of materials, their own design patterns), worth visiting.
Red Cat, a free bus, is available, and St. Mary's Church is visible from downtown. There are shops in the mint. Visiting jewelry and coins is free of charge. To really see the mint, you need to take part in an introductory seminar, which will cost you a fee. Because of the time, I had no chance to attend the lecture group.
It was a bit confusing when I entered the store, but luckily I found a Mandarin speaker who told me how to buy tickets and where to wait for someone or something. When I visited and performed, the whole course was in English. I heard many people laughing nearby. Unfortunately, I didn't understand. When I came out, the blonde handsome man gave me a commemorative coin. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha. If your English is good enough to come here to listen to stories and see the performance is really good.