Australia’s banknotes represent not only significant people, but also places, buildings and landscapes that have played crucial roles in the country’s history.
Join us on Friday, 6 September for a special curator-led tour of the Reserve Bank of Australia Museum that will highlight the relationships between our banknotes and the nation’s natural and built environments, moving through their architectural, economic, literary, pastoral and political landscapes. A complimentary booklet on this History Week theme will be available in the Bank’s Museum and its website.
Admission | Free
Tour | This tour is at 10.00 am-11.00 am on Friday 6 September. Please note that there is another tour on the same day at 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm.
Bookings | For bookings or further information please contact the Reserve Bank of Australia Museum staff by either email (email@example.com) or phone (02 9551 9743).
Image: £50 banknote first issued in 1914. Reserve Bank of Australia Museum.