100 Australian Dollars banknote (Dame Nellie Melba)
The Reserve Bank of Australia issued Australian Dollar banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this 100 Australian Dollars banknote (Dame Nellie Melba). They are part of the current Australian Dollar banknotes series. The Reserve Bank of Australia started issuing
these 100 Australian Dollar banknotes in 2008. They are currently still in circulation.
The bill of one hundred dollars features Dame Nellie Melba and Sir John Monash. The word ‘Australia’ is printed on the polymer plastic currency note. These $100 AUD notes are nicknamed ‘Granny Smith’.
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1 AUD = £0.50857
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