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This uncirculated 5 Australian dollar was issued by the Reserve Bank of Australia in 2006 and signed by Reserve Bank Governor Ian John Macfarlane and Secretary to the Treasury Kenneth R. Henry. Its obverse side contains English text, scribbly gum eucalyptus leaves, a gum flower, and Queen Elizabeth II. Its reverse side contains a gum flower, the landscape plan of the New Parliament House, the Old and New Parliament Houses in Canberra, and a geometric representation of the entrance to the ministerial wing and skylights. Because the note is printed on a polymer substrate, it does not have a security thread. However, it has a shadow image watermark of the Australian coat of arms. It also measures 130 mm long and 65 mm wide. The details of this banknote have been verified and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.