*This page is still currently under construction*
This calendar shows some of the most culturally significant dates of celebration in Australia.
Some dates are colour coded to indicate those that are only celebrated in particular states.
Some of these events are also celebrated worldwide on the same dates but many of these holidays and events have been moved to different dates in other countries.
How you celebrate and whether or not you find occasion to shop particularly for these events is entirely up to you but hopefully this calendar will help you keep track of all those different days to celebrate.
|27 November, 2017||28 November, 2017||29 November, 2017||30 November, 2017||1 December, 2017||2 December, 2017||3 December, 2017|
|4 December, 2017||5 December, 2017||6 December, 2017||7 December, 2017||8 December, 2017||9 December, 2017||10 December, 2017|
|11 December, 2017||12 December, 2017||13 December, 2017||14 December, 2017||15 December, 2017||16 December, 2017||17 December, 2017|
|18 December, 2017||19 December, 2017||20 December, 2017||21 December, 2017||22 December, 2017||23 December, 2017||24 December, 2017|
25 December, 2017
All day: Christmas Day
25 December, 2017 All day
"Christmas Day falls on December 25 and is an occasion for Christians to celebrate the birth of Jesus. Many people, even if they are not Christian, give each other gifts, prepare special meals and decorate their homes at this time of year. " - timeanddate.com
26 December, 2017
All day: Boxing Day
26 December, 2017 All day
"Boxing Day, which is the day after Christmas Day, is a public holiday in Australia." - timeanddate.com
|27 December, 2017||28 December, 2017||29 December, 2017||30 December, 2017||31 December, 2017|