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New Zealand Dollar

Here is an example of the currency used in New Zealand. The front shows an image of Sir Edmund Hillary who was a New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist, and one of the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest. On the reverse of the note, you can see the native yellow-eyed Penguin, and scenery depicting the remote Campbell Island.

This is the lowest value note which is printed in New Zealand. Whether you plan to Play poker whilst visiting New Zealand, or simply buy your train ticket to your next destination, you are more than likely to encounter these notes when travelling. A number of other notes are also used in this country, with their value ranging up to one hundred New Zealand dollars.

Front of note


Back of note