Australia 100 Dollars

Australia 100 Dollars


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The Australian dollar is the official currency of Australia, including its external territories: Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, and Norfolk Island. The currency is officially used in the independent Pacific Island states Kiribati, Nauru, and Tuvalu. The official currency symbol: $, A$, AU$.

The Australian dollar was established in 1966 to replace the Australian pound. In 1959, Treasurer Harold Holt appointed a Decimal Currency Committee to discuss the implementation of decimalization. The committee achieved approval in 1960, and the decimalization process was scheduled for February 1966. Holt announced that the new currency would bear the name “real.” The news was met with great public disgust, and three months later, it was declared that it would be renamed “dollar.” The first Australian dollar banknotes were introduced in denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.

The Australian government has been introduced four polymer banknote series; the first polymer series was issued in 1988, in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The second series of polymer banknotes was announced in 2012, which contained several new enhanced security measures. In 1995, the Reserve Bank of Australia identified problems with the holographic security features on banknotes, which led to the announcement of the third one series, which was established between 1995 and 1996. The four and last series were announced in 2015 when the Reserve Bank of Australia announced a new redesigned polymer banknotes series which was introduced from 2015 to 2020.

The 100 Australian dollars note front design features the portrait of Dame Nellie Melba GBE (1861 – 1931), known “Melba” from Melbourne, her hometown, was an Australian operatic soprano, who is regarded as one of the most famous singers of the late Victorian era and the early 20th century, and was the first Australian to achieve international recognition as a classical musician, followed by a view of the interior of Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melba’s signature, the monogram of Melba Australian Concert Tour program (1902), the seven-pointed star, the National Coat of Arms, and vignette of a lyrebird within a window.

The reverse of the note illustrates the portrait of Sir John Monash (1865 – 1931), was a civil engineer and an Australian military commander of the First World War, who is considered one of the best-allied generals of the First World War and the most famous commander in Australian history, followed by gunners and 18-pounder field gun, a cavalry of the World War I and the Rising Sun, which was adopted as the Australian Imperial Force badge. This note is part of the 1996 – 2017 series, and its color is black and green on orange and multicolor underprint.

Text: Australia This Australian Note is Legal tender throughout Australia and its Territories One Hundred Dollars, Sir John Monash in centre in front of WWI battle scenes.

Additional information


current Australian Dollar banknotes

Product Currencies

Australian Dollar

Tender Types





158 x 64 mm

Country banknote denominations

5, 10, 20, 50, 100


Black, Green

Composition material



Majesty's Theatre


Dame Nellie Melba GBE, Sir John Monash


Civil engineer, Soprano


1996, 2017


Church, Coat of arms, Crown, Horse, Monogram, Portrait, Seven-pointed star, Signature, Soldiers, Theatre

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