The note depicted on one side a young male Aboriginal person in body paint, with other elements of Aboriginal culture. A similar feature is used on the Canadian currency. Australia's notes are printed by Note Printing Australiaa wholly owned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
On the reverse side was the ship Supply from the First Fleet, with a background of Sydney Cove, as well as a group of people to illustrate the diverse backgrounds from which Australia has evolved over years. In the first series of Australian notes was issued, based on the old British system of 12 pence to a shilling, 20 shillings to a pound.
Design Feature Tactile Feature Feel for four raised bumps on each of the long edges of the banknote. Security Feature Colourful Black Swan Tilt the banknote to see colours change within the Black Swan's feathers and the ripples on the water.
One bag of apples costs thirty Hong Kong dollars. The Bank Notes Tax Act effectively brought private and state currencies to an end.