People and community
Find out the stories behind the people who work at The Perth Mint, as well as the communities we represent in our day-to-day operations.
Local artist Kevin Bynder, a proud Whadjuk-Yuet-Ballardong man, is also accompanying us on our reconciliation journey with a launch of a new coin design.
Alejandra’s story: long road to belonging
Many people arrive looking for a better future but sometimes it’s not even their own decision that makes them board the flight and cross some oceans to arrive to Australia.
Looking beyond the chair
Then I had a bike accident where I broke my spine. After around eight surgeries and a long time at the hospital, I found myself having to start a new life in a wheelchair.
Anxiety: Mental health is just as important as physical health
Asking for help takes courage and should be seen as a sign of strength not weakness.
The gold standard in mental health
While keeping some distance from each other to maintain our physical health in 2020, we have all appreciated how important it is to maintain positive social connections and good mental health.
The Perth Mint Remembrance wall marks WWI centenary
The Perth Mint has installed a Centenary Poppy Wall of Remembrance at its East Perth heritage grounds to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I.
Virtual gold trail a first for Perth
As the major sponsor of the Gold Industry Group, The Perth Mint is partnering with other members in support the Group’s latest initiative – the Heart of Gold Discovery Trail.
'Lest We Forget' coin presented at historic Menin Gate ceremony
The Perth Mint’s ANZAC Spirit Lest We Forget 1 kilo silver proof coin was presented to the Last Post Association by the Returned and Services League at a memorial event at Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium, on 9 July 2015.
WWI research inspires Mint staff to create unique wreath of remembrance
Perth Mint employees who served during World War I have inspired two current members of staff to create a unique wreath to mark the 100th anniversary of the ANZACs.