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Housed in the basement of the ANZ Gothic Bank on Collins Street, the ANZ Banking Museum explores Australia's banking heritage from the time of the Indigenous Australians and their trade with European settlers. It exhibits gold-mining equipment, banknotes and coins, historic moneyboxes, office machines, banking correspondence, and other paraphernalia.



About ANZ Banking Museum

 380 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 Nearest Transit: Flinders Street (Line: City Loop)

 +61 3 8655 5152

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