Perth Mint (Gold Kangaroo Coins)
Australian Gold Kangaroos - The Australian Gold Kangaroo series of bullion coins was introduced in 1987 by Gold Corp., an entity entirely owned by the Western Australian Government. Issued as Australian legal tender, the Gold Kangaroo is a favorite item among collectors and investors worldwide.
The obverse of the Australian Gold Kangaroo bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. However, the reverse has undergone changes since the coin's release. At first, the reverse of these coins depicted an Australian Gold nugget. In 1989, the design changed and instead featured a more widely recognized symbol of Australia: the kangaroo. An iconic representation of the fascinating wildlife inhabiting Australia, the Australian kangaroo brings the Gold Kangaroo bullion coin series to life. The Australian Kangaroo coins vary in design and are meticulously made. Struck from .9999 fine Gold, the Gold Australian Kangaroo is among a few major pure Gold bullion coins that change their reverse design annually. Many of the Gold Kangaroos come individually packaged.
Australian Gold Kangaroos are issued in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz and 1/20 oz sizes with face values in Australian dollars. In addition to these typical sizes, the Gold Kangaroos have also been released in larger sizes, including 2 oz, 10 oz and 32.15 oz (1 kilo) Gold coins.
To view available Australian Gold Kangaroo coins, click on the image representing the Gold coins of your interest:
The 2010 1 oz Gold Kangaroo features two kangaroos ‘boxing’ in the outback, design by Dr. Stuart Devlin. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the.... Read More
The 2009 1 oz Gold Kangaroo features a mother Kangaroo with a Joey in her pouch with a representation of the Southern Cross constellation and the seven-pointed Commonwealth Star in the background, design by Dr. Stua.... Read More
The 1994 2 oz Gold Nugget features a single Red Kangaroo, design by Dr. Stuart Devlin. The Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse. (May or may .... Read More