|Denomination||Five Kina Note|
|Colors||Dark violet design elements on light multicoloured underprints|
The background tints surrounding the National Crest on the front of this denomination have been composed from patterns taken from the following items :- The Parliament House design
A shield from the Gulf Province
The patterns surrounding the numerals are based on designs of a slaughtered pig.
The main designs on the back of the FIVE KINA Banknote comprise four items of traditional Papua New Guinea “Currencies”. A Hombuli Mask which is used for bridal payments in the Sepik Area
A Kina Shell Necklace woven with seeds found in the New Ireland Province
The background tinits for this design have been composed from :-
The Parliament House design
The patterns used to surround the numerals are based on a mask design together with an illustration of a bird.