Very informatively showing the history of Australian currency production. The particularly interesting part is the design and production of banknotes. The surprising finding is that Australia is also printing money for several other countries. We selected a few brochures to share with our grandchildren. This is a "must go" place in Sydney. Admission to the museum is free. I wish you all a pleasant journey.
We think we should visit this museum, and we are glad we did. It is free to visit and covers all aspects of Australian currency history, starting from the first settlement, including the Reserve Bank and its predecessor, the Commonwealth Bank. We learned a lot and stayed there for about two hours. We totally recommend.
Also known as the Reserve Bank of Australia Museum is free. There is an excellent permanent collection and some great exhibitions including the role played by banks in World War I and the 50th anniversary of the revolution in small and medium numbers. I don’t fully understand this yet. , But very interesting. As a novice collector of world currencies, banknotes and coins, as well as an avid traveler and adventurer, I found the whole thing very interesting. I spent about 3 hours here in total. If you like to collect money, or just want to find a good place to spend a few hours in a gorgeous air-conditioned environment surrounded by money, then this is the place to come.
The Australian Currency and Securities Museum in Sydney is a museum specializing in the issuance of Australian currency and securities. Here you can see gold coins as far back as 1,000 years ago, and then to the current securities and electronic trading system. It is a comprehensive understanding of the Australian currency system The best place to go.
Australia’s currency stock market means securities transactions here. I asked that the entire lobby is very spacious and there are more people. All transactions are conducted here.