11 November 2018 marks the centenary of the signing of the Armistice that brought the First World War to an end.
Members of the public are invited to a free tour of the Museum's exhibition, ‘Before Sunset’, on Monday, 12 November at 2.00 pm.
The Bank has participated in Sydney Open each year since 2014. The event provides visitors
an opportunity to learn more about the Bank's architecture, interior design and art
The Reserve Bank of Australia Museum celebrated the 2018 theme for History Week – Life and
Death – by reflecting on the lives of some of those who are commemorated on Australia’s
banknotes. A special booklet, Eternally Current, outlines some of the key achievements of
these notable Australians and includes a guide to their lives in the Sydney region. Read details »
The Reserve Bank of Australia recognises NAIDOC week, in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander culture is celebrated. The Bank has chosen to acknowledge the significant
contribution of Indigenous Australian artists to the nation's cultural identity by
displaying a selection of Aboriginal artwork from our archives. Read
Two significant anniversaries occurred in 2013: the bicentenary of the first distinctive coin
of New South Wales, known as the Holey Dollar (1813), and the centenary of the
first banknote issued by the Australian nation (1913). Read