Not just a pretty face - the new $10 note is smarter and safer too.
Australia will introduce a brand new ten dollar (7.5 United States dollar) bank note in September, in what will be the second in a series of new notes featuring tactile "raised dots" to help the vision-impaired.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has unveiled the design of the new $10 note, which features similar graphics to the new $5 note released last September that received a mixed reception from the public.
The new note was revealed by the Reserve Bank on Friday.
Poets AB "Banjo" Paterson and Dame Mary Gilmore will remain the note's key icons: Paterson's side will include a cockatoo and a wattle branch that glow under UV light.
Each new banknote will proudly feature a different species of native wattle and bird, with the new and improved $10 note hosting the Bramble Wattle and the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo.
Although the new $10 banknotes will be issued in September, it may take some time for them to be widely circulated.
Full details of the design and security features on the new $10 banknote are available on the RBA's website.
The new notes contain a range of updated security features meant to deter fraud, including the see-through patch and several holographic elements that can be seen by moving the note slowly from side to side.
There's believed to be about 120 million $10 notes already in circulation.