The 2007 Australian Silver Kookaburra contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver. The Kookaburra is one of only a few major silver bullion coins that changes its reverse design annually.
The featured animal, the Kookaburra, is the world’s largest kingfisher, with a body length of up to half a meter. Native to Australia, this bird is also found in New Guinea and Tasmania. They are best known for their unmistakable call, which sounds like human laughter, and live to be about twenty years old.
The face of the coin features the side profile of Queen Elizabeth II. The coin's face also displays the legal tender of AUD $1 and the country of origin, Australia. A portrait of the Kookaburra highlights the back of the coin, perched on a tree branch, partially dipped in water. The year of, "2007," is inscribed along with the weight and purity of, "1 oz .999 Silver."