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5 Kangaroos
Designed by Stuart Devlin
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Centenary of Federation Logo
Released 2001. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik
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International Year of the Older Persons
Issued in 1999. Logo sculptured by Wojciech Pietranik.
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International Year of Volunteers
Released 2001. Logo sculptured by Wojciech Pietranik. Celebrating the International Year of the Volunteers.
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Outback Logo
Released 2002. Designed by Elizabeth Robinson, sculptured by Wojciech Pietranik
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Sir Charles Kingsford Smith
Issued in 1997. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik. Celebrating the Centenary of the birth of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in 1897. Well known early Australian aviator. Made made the first trans-Pacific flight from the United States to Australia, the first non-stop crossing of the Australian mainland, the first flights between Australia and New Zealand, and the first eastward Pacific crossing from Australia to the United States. He also made a flight from Australia to London.
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Sir Henry Parkes
Issued in 1996. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik and celebrating the Centenary of the death of Sir Henry Parkes in 1896. Sir Henry Parkes was the "Father of Federation", dedicated to uniting the separate colonies of Australia under one federal government.
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Aboriginal Tribal Leader
Designed by Horst Hahne
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Echidna
Designed by Stuart Devlin
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Lyrebird
Designed by Stuart Devlin
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Platypus
Designed by Stuart Devlin
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Sir Donald Bradman
Issued in 2001. Designed by Vladimir Gottwald. A tribute to the greatest cricket batsman of all time on the occasion of his death in 2001. 27 August 1908—25 February 2001.
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United Nations Flag
Issued in 1995. Designed by Horst Hahne and celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations.
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Bass & Flinders Anniversary
Issued in 1998. Designed by Vladimir Gottwald and celebrating the bicentenary of the circumnavigating of Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania) in the sloop Norfolk in 1798 by early British explorers George Bass, a British Naval surgeon and Captain Matthew Flinders RN, one of the most successful navigators and cartographers of his age.
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Coat of Arms
Designed by Stuart Devlin
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Coat of Arms
Traditional standard design. Released 2001. Celebrating the Centenary of Federation. Also available are NSW, ACT, Qld, Vic, Norfolk Island, NT, WA, SA and Tas State Centenary of Federation coins.
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Flag Pole at Parliament House
Issued in 2000. Designed by Vladimir Gottwald and celebrating the Royal Visit to Australia in March 2000 of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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Outback Windmill
Released 2002. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik to celebrate the Year of the Outback.
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Portrait of Weary Dunlop
Issued in 1995. Portrait by Louis Laumen. Designed by Horst Hahne celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the End of World War II
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Stylised Australian Flag
Issued in 2000. Designed by Vladimir Gottwald and celebrating the Millennium Year.


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