When the colour of money is no use: vision impaired call for better notes


Have you ever tried telling the difference between a $10 note and a $20 one with your eyes closed? This everyday task can be a challenge for vision-impaired Australians as our banknotes don’t have Braille or tactile markings on them to aid identification. There’s currently a push to introduce tactile markings on our currency, as Zoe Ferguson reports.

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