When was the $100 note introduced in Australia?

When was the $100 note introduced in Australia?

The $100 polymer banknote was first issued on 15 May 1996.

How much is a $100 banknote worth?

The large $100 bills are either interest bearing notes, legal tender notes, compound interest Treasury notes, National Bank notes, National Gold Bank notes, silver certificates, Treasury notes, gold certificates, or Federal Reserve notes. Most series are worth at least $600 in very good condition.

What do you call a 100 note in Australia?

The fifty dollar note is called a Pineapple, and a hundred dollar note a ‘jolly green giant” or a lime or even a ‘green tree frog’.

What is the value of 100 Australian dollars?

100.00 USD = 145.64 AUD. Here you are getting today’s value of one hundred US Dollar to Australian Dollar .

What’s the emblem on the new Australian 100 dollar note?

As with the previously released denominations, the new banknote includes representations of Australian flora and fauna. The $100 note features the Australian masked owl and Australia’s national floral emblem, the golden wattle, which is native to southeastern Australia and southern inland areas of New South Wales.

When did the Reserve Bank of Australia start issuing 100 Australian dollars?

The Reserve Bank of Australia issued Australian Dollar banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 100 Australian Dollars banknote (Sir Douglas Mawson). They are part of the withdrawn Australian Dollar banknotes series. The Reserve Bank of Australia started issuing these 100 Australian Dollar banknotes in 1984.

What kind of bird is on Australian 100 dollar bill?

Each denomination in the new series of banknotes will feature a different species of Australian wattle and a native bird within a number of the security features. The $100 banknote features the Acacia pycnantha and the Australian Masked Owl ( Tyto novaehollandiae ).