In a move to improve security the new note will have a clear window strip, similar to the one seen on the new $5 note, as well as tactile details to assist the vision-impaired community with distinguishing between denominations.
According to the RBA, it will take some time for the new bank notes to be widely circulated.
The Reserve Bank of Australia, which unveiled the new design today, said new security features had also been worked into the notes, similar to those on $5 notes released a year ago.
Key aspects of the current note are carried over in the new design for ease of recognition, including the two famous Australian writers Dame Mary Gilmore and AB "Banjo" Paterson. There are also images of a pen nib in two of the clear windows and excerpts of their poetry in microprint.
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From September 1 2017, the above bank note will begin to enter circulation in small numbers.
The new design updates the previous version which was first released in 1993, and is part of a full redesign of every note the RBA is slowly rolling out.
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"The ten dollar banknote features the Bramble Wattle and the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo".
'The existing series of banknotes can continue to be used as all previously issued banknotes remain legal tender, ' the statement said.