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What are the main holidays in Australia?
Our National Public Holidays are New Year’s Day, Australia Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
How many holidays does Australia have?
Australia celebrates seven national public holidays that are recognised in each of the eight states and territories. However, each state also has its own public holidays that are recognised in their region. Some of these holidays may be the same as other states or simply celebrated on different days.
What religions are common in Australia?
Religion in Australia
- No religion (30.1%)
- Protestantism (23.1%)
- Catholicism (22.6%)
- Orthodox Christian (2.3%)
- Other Christian (4.2%)
- Islam (2.6%)
- Buddhism (2.4%)
- Hinduism (1.9%)
Are there any public holidays in Australia this year?
National public holidays in Australia are Good Friday, New Year’s Day, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, Christmas Day, Australia Day, and Boxing Day. The Queen’s Birthday and Labour Day are considered public holidays in Australia.
When is the Easter holiday in South Australia?
This holiday falls every second Monday in March in South Australia. While the rest of the states celebrate Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Tasmania celebrates Easter Tuesday, which is also a bank holiday in that state. This holiday is usually celebrated during the last week of July in Darwin.
Is the 6th of June a public holiday in Australia?
Queensland Day is commemorated every 6th of June each year. This is not considered a public holiday. This holiday falls every second Monday in March in South Australia. While the rest of the states celebrate Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Tasmania celebrates Easter Tuesday, which is also a bank holiday in that state.
When is All Saints Day celebrated in Australia?
Halloween is a festive occasion that is celebrated in Australian communities on October 31 each year. All Saints’ Day Many churches in Australia annually observe All Saints’ Day, also known as All Hallows’ Day.