2024 Tooth Fairy Kit from the Royal Australian Mint

newsXpress is grateful to offer the 2024 Tooth Fairy Kit from the Royal Australian Mint. This year, the kit will release in two colours, each with exactly the same Tooth Fairy coin.

The first release is a beautiful green package while the second release, once produced in quantity, will be an orange package.

Here is the ffront and back of the 2024 Tooth Fairy coin:

Now, here is the package that’s currently shipping:

We are grateful that the Mint has a policy around waste minimisation. This has them using remaining packaging for the 2024 Tooth Fairy Kit prior to releasing the new design packaging.

The coin is what’s new and that’s what matters. What we have supplied is the 2024 Tooth Fairy Kit as shown and described on our website.

The green kit is as delightful and imagination nurturing as the orange coloured packaging.

All of us working together for the benefit of the environment can be proud of this.

We mention this today as some people only want the orange packaging, saying it is the 2024 kit and that the green is the 2023 kit. The Mint has confirmed this is not the case.

The green 2024 kit is labelled as such and has a barcode that is unique to the 2024 product. Most important, however, is that it has the 2024 coin.

2024 is the fifth year of the Tooth Fairy Kit from the Royal Australian Mint. here is a list of what is included in this kit:

  • 2024 $2 Tooth Fairy coin featuring the effigy of His Majesty King Charles III
  • Special keepsake box with Mirror (as shown in the images)
  • Draw String Pouch
  • Bamboo toothbrush
  • Floating glitter pen
  • Tooth chart.

We are grateful to the Royal Australian Mint for their partnership with newsXpress to help get the Tooth Fairy Kit delivered to families right around Australia.

What we love about the Tooth Fairy Kit is the celebration of fantasy, the nurturing of exploring creativity in such a fun way. We also love that it becomes a keepsake they are sure to treasure for years to come.

2024 ANZAC Day coin released

newsXpress is proud to have released the 2024 ANZAC Day coin from the Perth Mint.

Each year on April 25 we remember this pivotal moment in our history – the landing of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) on the Gallipoli Peninsula during World War I. It’s a day of reflection, of honoring the courage and sacrifice of those who fought, and a time to remember all who have served in conflicts since. To mark this solemn occasion, the Perth Mint releases a special coin, and the 2024 edition is a beauty.

This coin is for coin collectors, those who want a remembrance of ANZAC Day, their families and those who care about them. It is a wonderful keepsake, something to cherish.

Flip the coin over, and you’re greeted by a scene that speaks volumes. A war memorial stands tall, a silent sentinel against a backdrop of rolling hills and a peaceful waterway. It’s a reminder that battles have been fought across all kinds of landscapes, a stark contrast to the serenity it now represents.

Two flags droop at half-mast, a universal symbol of respect for those who fell. But there’s a flicker of hope too – a burning torch and eternal flame motif, signifying the unwavering memory of those who served. It’s a powerful image, condensed onto this little piece of metal.

The inscriptions are clear and simple: “25 APRIL” and the ever-present “LEST WE FORGET.” There’s no mistaking the purpose of this coin. The year “2024” and a special “P125” mintmark, celebrating the Perth Mint’s 125th anniversary, complete the design.

This commemorative coin isn’t just about adding something shiny to your collection (although, let’s be honest, it is pretty cool). It’s a conversation starter. Pop it on your desk or keep it in your pocket, and it’s bound to spark a question or two.

Imagine explaining the significance of Anzac Day to a curious kid, or sharing stories of past generations with a friend. This little coin becomes a bridge between the past and present, a reminder of the sacrifices made to secure the freedoms we enjoy today.

The 2024 Anzac Day coin, minted from aluminum bronze, is actually Australian legal tender. You could technically use it to buy a coffee (though we wouldn’t recommend it – it’s worth more than a latte!).

The coin comes nestled in a presentation card with a little window, making it perfect for display or gifting. It’s available directly from the Perth Mint or through coin dealers, so you can grab one for yourself or someone special.

Anzac Day is a day to remember the fallen, to honor the veterans, and to reflect on the ANZAC spirit – mateship, courage, and resilience. The Perth Mint’s 2024 coin is a beautiful tribute to all that, a small but powerful reminder that their sacrifices will never be forgotten.

We are grateful to offer this coin.

Rituals, memories and keepsakes

Once of the best gifts you can make for a young kid is a shoebox, painted or wrapped in a fun way, with their name and photo on it. The name and photo are important to show them this box is theirs, that they own it. It is important, too, that you put the box somewhere they can get to it. The most important thing to do, though, is the ritual of putting inside the box birthday cards, Christmas cards, Easter cards, photos and other items they will one day cherish far more than when they first received them.
This ritual of keeping the cards and other items helps them understand they mean something and that through the memories they are making something.

2024 Kiwi 5oz Silver Proof Coin

We are grateful to offer this 2024 Kiwi 5oz Silver Proof Coin from the New Zealand Post Office.

Roroa in the Rotoiti Nature Recovery Project (RNRP) are protected by the work of the Department of Conservation and a group of volunteers named the Friends of Rotoiti (FOR). It’s an excellent example of a successful collaboration involving the government and a local community. The work that FOR does to protect roroa includes controlling rats, stoats, possums and feral cats by setting traps and monitoring for pest presence. It also monitors kiwi and other native animals such as kākā, lizards and robin populations in the RNRP territory. 


  • 5oz silver coin with black proof and gold plating finish 
  • Minted from 0.999 silver
  • Designed by Stevan Stojanovic, Ōtaki, New Zealand 
  • Low worldwide limited mintage of 250
  • Part of NZ Post’s annual kiwi coin programme. 


With gold plating and a black proof finish, this coin depicts a roroa kiwi on the shores of lake rotoiti, created by coin designer and sculptor Stevan Stojanovic.

This annual coin issue celebrates Aotearoa New Zealand’s unique kiwi bird.