The Aussie-est coins ever were on display at Griffith Central, where a travelling troupe of posties came to challenge collectors to a "Great Aussie Coin Hunt".
The newly minted coins are emblazoned with classic Aussie icons such as vegemite, meat pies, and the Hills Hoist, which is a children's swing set that can also be used for hanging up washing.
There are a total of 26 new coins to collect, each one depicting a classic Aussie icon that corresponding to a different letter in the alphabet.
"We were trying to decide whether K was for Kangaroo, Koala, or Kenji, but we went with Kangaroo," said Australia Post driver David Coghlan.
Mr Coghlan has been driving from country town to country town to promote the new coins and hand out tubs of vegemite and handfuls of zooper doopers to passersby.
He's met many fellow coin enthusiasts during his travels and will be heading over to Canberra to visit the Royal Australian Mint where all the money is made.
Australia Post worker and cityslicker Maddie Hamley has been joining Mr Coghlan on his travels, and she said she's relished the chance to see real outback Australia.
"The O coin is for Outback, which is why we're driving through the outback," Miss Hamley said.
"It's great to get out into the regional community."
During her journey she's met coin collectors from all demographics and all walks of life who share nothing in common other than an obsession for collecting the rarest coins.
"There's a range of people; there's younger people, there's older people, there's everybody in between."
She's challenging people to find the uber rare "privy coins", which are specially marked coins for collectors to salivate over.
A new set of coins are being released each week, and on Monday they released the outback themed coins: O for Outback, B for Boomerang, D for Didgeridoo, J for Jackaroo, U for Ute, and R for Rural Flying Doctor Service.
During the month of October Australia Post offices will replace the $1 coins in their till with the new collectible coins to give out to customers in their change.
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