Australian $10 note


The new $10 note

The note is now available at your local store. The design of the note has been updated to include new security features and a tactile feature to help those who are vision-impaired. The note also includes a clear plastic window with images of Australia’s Coat of Arms and wattle.


History of the $10 note in Australia

The history of the $10 note in Australia began in 1966, when the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) first issued the note. The original design featured a portrait of Captain James Cook on the obverse and a kangaroo on the reverse. In 1974, the RBA redesigned the $10 note to feature a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a scene from the Sydney Opera House on the reverse. In 1984, another redesign occurred, this time featuring a portrait of Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira on the obverse and Uluru (Ayers Rock) on the reverse. The most recent design was introduced in 1993 and features a portrait of Dame Mary Gilmore on the obverse and a wattle plant on the reverse.

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Design of the $10 note

The design of the $10 note has changed several times since it was first introduced in 1966. The most recent design, introduced in September 2016, features a portrait of David Unaipon on the obverse.  And a depiction of the Southern Cross on the reverse.

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is responsible for the design of all Australian currency notes. The RBA works with a team of designers, security experts and manufacturers to produce banknotes that are hard to counterfeit and easy to use.

The design process for a new banknote usually takes about two years. The RBA consults with various stakeholders, including members of the public, when designing a new banknote.

What is the value of the $10 note?

The value of the $10 note is its purchasing power. The $10 note can be used to purchase goods and services up to the value of $10. The value of the $10 note is also its exchange rate. The $10 note can be exchanged for other currencies at a rate that is determined by the market.


The new $10 note is an essential part of the Australian currency system. It is made of a polymer material and has a number of security features. Thus making it more difficult to counterfeit than other notes. The new $10 note also includes a tactile feature to help people who are blind or have low vision to identify it. If you are ever in Australia, make sure to keep an eye out for this new addition to their currency!


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