The Fijian coins for 2010-2012 shows a smaller portrait of Elizabeth II inside a circle. Engraved along the coin's border is the Queen's title accompanied by "FIJI", denomination and mintage year. The 2013 minted coins replaced the portrait of Queen Elizabeth with the coat of arms of Fiji. The Niue coins restored a larger portrait of the Queen by Ian Rank-Broadley with the circle abandoned.
A stylised depiction of a Hawksbill Turtle swimming underwater surrounded by air bubbles. It has a rough background that looks like sand. A mirror-like crescent shape has inscribed the words "FIJI TAKU". The Niue version has the same turtle, but with the Fijian words replaced with "TURTLE".