Reproduction in printed media:
Those thinking of making a reproduction should consider the risks that can arise
from items created during the process by which the reproduction
Those making reproductions should ensure that items such as photocopies, photographic negatives and positives, and scanned images stored on optical disks, graphics files or other equipment are stored securely and not misused.
These items could be used to make further representations not connected with the intended reproduction.
strongly recommends that all such items be destroyed
after final use, although this is not a legal obligation.
The RBA holds copyright in the design of Australia’s currency notes. The RBA generally does not object to the use of note images in promotional or educational material, provided the material is not capable of misleading.