The Australian two-cent coin is the second smallest denomination coin of the Australian dollar. Together with coins of the one cent denomination, it was withdrawn from circulation in February 1992. The coins were not demonetised though and remain legal tender.
In 2012, the Royal Australian Mint struck some in gold as an item for collectors. They are "mini coins" (0.5g of 0.9999 gold, diameter of 11.15 mm) and are part of an eight-coin proof set.
|Two Cents 2006 (Silver, Second Portrait)||5,829||Portrait by Arnold Machin (Second Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2006|
|Two Cents 2009 Decimal Pattern||7,500||Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley (Fourth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2009|
|Two Cents 2011 (Silver)||6,000||Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley (Fourth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2011|
|Two Cents 2012 (Gold)||2,000||Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley (Fourth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 2012|
|Coin Type||Two Cents (NCLT)|
|Monarch||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Effigy||Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley (Fourth Portrait)|
|Face Value||2 (x Cent)|
|Orientation||Medal Alignment (Axis 0)|
|Krause, Standard Catalog of World Coins||Australia KM# 2033|