1992 Australia Five Dollars Polymer AA05


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As with all notes from the first year of polymer banknotes in Australia, these make great investment pieces.

What a superb first year of production banknote and given that the new $5 note is just around the corner these will soon be seen no more as new issues.

A key note for any collection and a great investment piece.

These will soon be very expensive due to their place in history as first polymer $5 notes.

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The public entrance to Parliament House opens into a main foyer leading into the Great Hall, which features a tapestry based on a painting by Arthur Boyd, the original of which is also displayed in the building. Functions that have parliamentary and federal relevance often take place here, but the Great Hall is also open to functions for the general public, such as weddings, and the nearby University of Canberra hosts graduation ceremonies here.

Below the tapestry of the Great Hall is a removable division which opens on to the Members’ Hall, which has a water feature at its centre. This is an area restricted to security-classified occupants of the building and special visitors. Directly ahead of the Members’ Hall is the Ministerial Wing, housing the office suites of the Prime Minister and government Ministers. The Members’ Hall has access to the House of Representatives and the Senate buildings to the left and right of the main entrance to the halls respectively. Public access to the visitors’ galleries and the Main Committee Room is via an upper level reached by impressive marble staircases ascending from the entrance foyer. There are also 19 committee rooms which are open to the public and a highly secure Cabinet Room on the ground floor.

*All biographical details are taken from Wikipedia for education purposes only.

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