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Perth Mint releases 2020 Australian Kangaroo gold bullion coins featuring new design

Topics [ Australian Kangaroo gold bullion coins ]

The Australian Kangaroo is a world-renowned bullion coin series trusted by investors for more than three decades.

A key reason the coins are so highly regarded is because The Perth Mint operates under an explicit guarantee from the Government of Western Australia which covers fully all our offerings and obligations.

As a result, investors are assured of the purity and precise weight of every coin issued.

New design for 2020 gold coins

Unique among the world’s leading gold bullion coin programs, the Australian Kangaroo Gold Bullion Coin Series offers new designs annually. The 2020 releases portray two kangaroos among native grass trees on the highly popular 1oz denomination and limited edition 1/2oz, 1/4oz and 1/10oz versions.

The latter coins, often referred to as ‘fractionals’, enable investors to acquire affordable amounts of gold and, when required, sell convenient portions of their overall physical gold holdings.

At the opposite end of the spectrum, the series includes the well-known ‘Red Kangaroo’ 1 kilo coin, a highly cost-effective offering for larger buyers.

Struck from 99.99% pure gold and issued as Australian legal tender, the 2020 Series is available from today through The Perth Mint and our international network of authorised bullion distributors.

Buyers wishing to purchase direct from the Mint are invited to attend our Bullion Trading Room in East Perth or telephone the Bullion Call Centre on 1300 201 112 or +61 8 9421 7218.

Registered clients (or those wishing to register to buy online) should visit the Mint’s bullion sales site.

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