The Australian Kookaburra is one of the most popular silver coins minted by the Australian Perth Mint. The first time was introduced in 1990 and since then has enjoyed great success among investors. This beautiful silver bullion coin on its obverse shows the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II in the crown. Around the queen's likeness we will find her name, the country of issue and the nominal value of the coin in dollars. The coin's reverse is modified every year, but it always represents Kookaburra (the largest kingfisher with a large head and beak). Around the bird can we see the name of the coin, the year of issue, weight and metal finesse (Ag 9999) from which the coin has been minted.
The Australian Mint, well known also as Gold Corporation, is reputable mint for investors. Every year it recycles about 60% of Australia's gold. This mint is the oldest on the continent and has been running continuously since 1899.