Australian Silver Bullion
Australian bullion coins come from the Perth Mint. The Royal Australian Mint does not issue bullion coins, but instead concentrates on circulation pieces. Both official Australian mints produce commemorative coins.
Australia has a very prolific silver bullion program. It features the Kookaburra, the Koala, and the Kangaroo. Other series are the Wedged-Tail Eagle, and the Lunar series.
Other silver bullion coins issued were the Bird of Paradise, and the Dragon and Tiger coin.
One surprise was the release of the silver Dragon bars bearing a monetary denomination, so they are also considered coins.
Australia issues silver bullion coins both larger than one-ounce, and fractional coins. Not every coin has an abundance of sizes, but enough do that demand can be met.
Tuvalu Silver Bullion
In addition to Australian bullion coins the Perth Mint produces bullion coins for Tuvalu. Tuvalu issues bullion coins representing Marvel Comic characters, and in 2018 those included Black Panther, Thor, and Deadpool.
Niue Silver Bullion
Niue is relatively new to silver bullion coins. However, there are many different coins to choose from.
Niue Disney coins include the 2018 Scrooge and the 2018 90th Anniversary of Mickey Mouse. One of the Year of the Dog coins also features Mickey Mouse.
In addition to the Disney cartoon characters, the Star Wars silver bullion coins include Stormtroopers and Darth Vader Lightsaber.
Other silver bullion coins include the Year of the Dog without Mickey Mouse, the Hawksbill Turtle, the Athenian Owl, and the Chech Lion. The Hawksbill Turtle uses the same design as the coin issued for the Fiji Islands.
While Niue uses several mints, the bullion seems to all come from the New Zealand Mint. The New Zealand Mint is a private mint, and occasionally uses designs for multiple countries.
Cook Islands Silver Bullion
The Cook Islands issues a silver bullion coin showing the HMS Bounty, the ship that brought Captain Cook to the islands years ago.
Tokelau Silver Bullion
Another island nation is Tokelau. Tokelau has a series of shark coins, with the Leopard Shark being the 2018 issue. Another coin is the Equilibrium coin that features the Yin and Yang symbol.
Fiji Silver Bullion
Fiji was the first to have the Taku, or Hawksbill Turtle coin as silver bullion. Now it has added two other one-ounce silver bullion coins, Samurai and Mermaid Rising.
In addition, the Terracotta Army coin is a five-ounce, limited mintage coin that comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a pouch, but is priced as though it is a silver bullion coin. This is quite unusual to find a coin with so many desirable additions at bullion coin pricing.