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Polymer notes 1993 – Present


$5 ‑ Queen of Australia, Elizabeth 11. Features a sprig of wattle, Australia’s national floral emblem. (1995‑2001 polymer) $5 obverse ‑The new Australian Parliament House, Canberra, opened in 1988.


$5 Federation note ‑ Parliamentarian Sir Henry Parkes. Features a public school building; the opening of the first parliament in the Exhibition Building, Melbourne: Federation Cupola, Centennial Park, Sydney: Federation Star; emblems of the States of the Federated Commonwealth of Australia. (2001 polymer) $5 obverse ‑Women’s rights activist Catherine Helen Spence.


$10 ‑Journalist, author, poet and war correspondent Andrew Barton ‘Banjo’ Paterson, 1864‑1941. Features a sprig of wattle, the man from Snowy River and ‘Waltzing Matilda’ music sheet. (1993 polymer) $10 obverse ‑ Republican. political activist, civil rights agitator. author and poet Dame Mary Gilmore.
Features portrait painted b.% Sir William Dobell and bullock‑wagon.


$20 ‑ Emancipist, businesswoman and merchant Mary Reibey. Features merchant trading vessel; George Street, Sydney, warehouse. (1994 polymer) $20 obverse ‑Missionary visionary and cleric Reverend John Flynn. Features Flying Doctor aerial ambulance; pedal radio: numbered medical poster used for remote diagnosis: camel transport


$50 ‑Aboriginal inventor, author and anthropologist David Unaipon. Features designs for mechanical shears; engine; outback mission; Dreamtime story. (1995 polymer) $50 obverse ‑ Parliamentarian. social rights worker. women’s rights activist and feminist Dame Edith Cowan. Features Western Australian parliament building; woman and family: woman at podium.


$100 ‑ Opera singer Dame Nellie Melba. (1996 polymer) $100 obverse ‑ Engineer and soldier Sir John Monash. Features Anzac ‘Rising Sun’ badge: Light Horsemen 1 st AIF; Private Simpson and his donkey;
Howitzer in action at the battle of the Somme.

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