Australia's new $10 banknote is going into circulation

The new Australian $10 banknote goes into general circulation tomorrow.

It will be the first note to have the signature of current Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe.

Features introduced with the new $5 banknote last year are also included on the $10 banknote to protect against counterfeiting.

These include the top-to-bottom window that contains multiple interactive elements, a patch with a rolling colour effect, fluorescent ink and raised printing.

Here’s what the $10 note looks like:

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And the reverse:

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