Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2006 / 2007

Australian Ocean Series 1 Dollar 2006 / 2007
Using the latest pad printing techniques, the Australian Mint brings brilliant colour to their Ocean Series release. The Ocean Series present Australia’s incredible marine life and introduce many fascinating facts about some amazing creatures. For instance: Did you know that Anemonefish can change from being male to female?

Clown Fish Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2007

Clown Fish, 2006

Bottlenose Dolphin Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2007

Bottlenose Dolphin, 2006

Biscuit Star Fish Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2007

Biscuit Star Fish, 2007

Longfin Bannerfish Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2007

Longfin Bannerfish, 2007

White Shark Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2007

White Shark, 2007

Bigbelly Seahorse Australian Ocean Series 1$ 2007

Bigbelly Seahorse, 2007

Clown Fish Australian Ocean Series

Eastern Clown Anemonefish (Amphiprion percula)

The image on the $1 uncirculated coin, shows the Eastern Clown Anemonefish sending up delicate bubbles from it’s safe anemone home. These coins have been designed with the younger generation in mind and are excellent value when you are buying for many.

Bottlenose Dolphin Australian Ocean Series

Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)

The Dolphin’s streamlined and powerful body comes to life on this pad printed coin. The design shows two dolphins springing from sparkling water in front of a perfect sky. A fun coin and an excellent souvenir of Australia.

Biscuit Star Fish Australian Ocean Series

Biscuit Star Fish (Pentagonaster duebeni)

Another of the Australian Mint coins in the Ocean Series is the Biscuit Star that may well be the most unusual well-known creature around and they are certainly a hit with the younger crowd. Learn more about the Biscuit Star and enjoy it today and for years to come.

Longfin Bannerfish Australian Ocean Series

Longfin Bannerfish (Heniochus acuminatus)

The image on the $1 uncirculated coin, shows the Longfin Bannerfish. The bannerfish is usually living along reef fronts and is now available for you to admire close up in your collections. These coins come presented with great facts about their interesting species. Apparently the juveniles of this species work as house cleaners… lucky fish!

White Shark Australian Ocean Series

White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias)

The 2007 Ocean Series continues with the release of the Great White Shark $1 Uncirculated Coin. Big, mean and powerful, the Great White Shark is one of the most feared creatures on earth. Using the latest pad printing technology, the Australian Mint brings this striking creature to life, capturing the great white shark in vivid colour as it moves gracefully through the coastal waters searching for its next meal.

Bigbelly Seahorse Australian Ocean Series

Bigbelly Seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis)

The Bigbelly Seahorse is the latest of this unique and colourful releases in the 2007 Ocean Series. This oddly shaped but colourful creature inhabits shallow water sea grasses and sponge gardens in Australia’s south eastern oceans. The Bigbelly Seahorse, as its name implies, has a large pot belly and is unique among species as the male becomes pregnant. The Mint has designed these Ocean Series coins with the younger generation in mind and is an excellent gift idea for any occasion.

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