The Reserve Bank of Australia Museum tells the story of Australia’s banknotes against the background of the nation’s economic and social development, from colonial settlement through to the current era.

Displays showcase the sorts of money used before Federation and each of the series of banknotes since, how they are produced and their security features.

The exhibition space is self guided but those with special interests in the Museum’s historical collection of notes and artefacts can receive a guided tour by staff.

Phone: 02 9551 9743

Opening Hours:

Address: 65 Martin Pl, 2000, Sydney, NSW
Location : CBD.
Age : From 6 years.
Cost : Admission is free.
Prebook : Just turn up.
Pram Accessibility : There is a lift that enables access for prams and wheelchairs to the Museum.
In/Outdoor : Indoor.
Parking : Paid parking.

Reserve Bank of Australia Museum, Sydney

65 Martin Pl, 2000, Sydney, NSW
65 Martin Pl, 2000, Sydney, NSW

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