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20 Australian dollars
50 Australian dollars
100 Australian dollars

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All the notes are produced using high quality polymer paper.

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20 Australian Dollars

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Security features

A clear window has a stylised image of a compass printed in it, along with embossing of the number '20' (both can be seen from either side of the banknote).
 
When the banknote is held to the light, a seven pointed star within a circle is formed by four points on one side of the banknote combining perfectly with three points on the other.
 
When the note is held to the light also, an image of the Australian Coat of Arms can be seen under other printing.
 
The words 'TWENTY DOLLARS' are microprinted and can be seen with the aid of a magnifying glass on the 20 Australian dollar note.

Security features

 
Slightly raised printing that can be felt with the fingers is used for the portraits and other major design elements.
Intricate multi-coloured fine-line patterns and images appear on each side.
 
Each banknote's serial number is printed twice, in black, on the back of the banknote. A different font is used for each number. The alpha prefix of two letters is followed by two numerals representing the year of the production, followed by a further six numerals. Under ultra-violet light, the serial numbers fluoresce.
 
Under ultra-violet light, a denominational patch showing the number '20' becomes visible on the back of the Australian twenty dollar note.
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50 Australian Dollars

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Security feature 1

When the Australian 50 dollar note is held to the light, a seven pointed star within a circle is formed by four points on one side of the banknote combining perfectly with three points on the other side.

Security feature 2

The words 'FIFTY DOLLARS' are microprinted and can be seen with the aid of a magnifying glass.

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Security feature 3

When the banknote is held to the light also, an image of the Australian Coat of Arms can be seen under other printing.

Security feature 4

The serial number of each Australian 50 dollar note is printed twice, one in blue and one in black, on the back of the banknote. A different font is used for each serial number. The alpha prefix of two letters is followed by two numerals representing the year of the production, followed by a further six numerals. Under ultra-violet light, the serial numbers fluoresce.
 
Under ultra-violet light, a patch showing the number '50' becomes visible on the back of the note.
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100 Australian Dollars

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Security features

A clear window has a stylised image of a lyrebird printed in it, along with embossing of the number '100' (both can be seen from either side of the banknote).
Examine the clear window. Genuine banknotes have a clear window – the area around the window is uniformly smooth to touch. The clear area should be part of the banknote and not an addition. Check the clarity of the clear window.
 
Feel the banknote: A genuine Australian 100 dollar note is printed on polymer (plastic) and has a distinctive feel. Check that the suspect banknote is not excessively thick or thin compared to a genuine banknote.
 
When the note is held to the light, a seven pointed star within a circle is formed by four points on one side of the banknote combining perfectly with three points on the other side.

Security features

When the note is held to the light also, an image of the Australian Coat of Arms can be seen under other printing.
The words ‘ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS’ and the number ‘100’ are microprinted and can be seen with the aid of a magnifying glass.
 
Slightly raised printing that can be felt with the fingers is used for the portraits and other major design elements.
 
Intricate multi-coloured fine-line patterns and images appear on each side.
 
Each Australian 100 dollar note's serial number is printed twice, one in brown and one in green, on the back of the banknote. A different font is used for each serial number. The alpha prefix of two letters is followed by two numerals representing the year of the production, followed by a further six numerals. Under ultra-violet light, the serial numbers fluoresce.
 
Under ultraviolet light a patch showing the number '100' becomes visible on the back of the 100 Australian dollar note.
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