The Australian Dollar.
Canberra in Australia uses the Australian dollar as their currency.
Australian saddles, called Aussie saddles or Australian stock saddles are very similar to western saddles American riders use. The main difference is the absence of the saddle horn up front, which allows the rider to fit more comfortable down into the saddle allowing your pelvis to make contact with the surface, which over the course of a 8 hour day will provide greater stability for the rider, less impact on the spine and more maneuverability (center of gravity) for the horse. The seat of an Australian saddle naturally puts the rider in a balanced riding position, with half the rider's weight in the seat and half in the stirrups. The Australian terrain is very different from American terrain, it is very harsh, remote and hard and flat. Horses in Australia are used to work livestock, handling long arduous cattle drives that may take weeks to complete. Due to these conditions where the rider is in the saddle for prolonged periods, day after day, the Australian saddle has evolved from it's American cousin.
What type of money does WHO use?
In the great land Australia we use the Aussie dollar.
Australia uses the Australian Dollar (AUD) consisting of 100 cents.
it uses therapies money