The Reserve Bank, Australia's central bank, is responsible for Australia's currency notes. The Museum tells the story of these notes against the background of Australia's economic and social development, through a number of stages beginning in 1788
Learn how the story of our currency notes has unfolded against the backdrop of Australia's broader history.
Explore the various displays of notes, including some interesting notes that were designed but never used. What do they portray about Australia? Who are the people shown on our notes?
Experience some of the key episodes in the history of our notes through our displays of archival film and photographs.
Discover the intricate artwork they contain and the efforts made to keep the counterfeiters at bay.
02 9551 9762
65 Martin Place
Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Experiences you can enjoy at Reserve Bank Museum of Australian Currency Notes:
Educational Tourism, Historic/Heritage