National public holidays 2019

New Year’s Day – Tuesday 1 January
Australia Day – Monday 28 January
Good Friday – Friday 19 April
Easter Saturday (except Tas and WA) – Saturday 20 April
Easter Monday – Monday 22 April
Anzac Day – Thursday 25 April
Queen’s Birthday (except Qld and WA) – Monday 10 June
Christmas Day – Wednesday 25 December
Boxing Day (Proclamation Day in SA) – Thursday 26 December

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Day – Monday 11 March
Easter Sunday – Sunday 21 April
Reconciliation Day – Monday 27 May
Labour Day – Monday 7 October

New South Wales

Easter Sunday – Sunday 21 April
Labour Day – Monday 7 October

Northern Territory

May Day – Monday 6 May
Picnic Day – Monday 5 August
Christmas Eve (7pm-midnight) – Tuesday 24 December
New Year’s Eve (7pm-midnight) – Tuesday 31 December

Queensland

Easter Sunday – Sunday 1 April
Labour Day – Monday 7 May
Royal Queensland Show (Brisbane area only) – Wednesday 15 August
Queen’s Birthday – Monday 1 October

South Australia

March public holiday – Monday 11 March
Labour Day – Monday 7 October
Christmas Eve (7pm-midnight) – Tuesday 24 December
New Year’s Eve (7pm-midnight) – Tuesday 31 December

Tasmania

Royal Hobart Regatta Day (south of and including Oatlands) – Monday 11 February
Eight Hours Day – Monday 11 March
Recreation Day (north of Oatlands) – Monday 4 November

Victoria

Easter Sunday – Sunday 21 April
Labour Day – Monday 11 March
AFL Grand Final – subject to AFL schedule
Melbourne Cup Day – Tuesday 5 November

Western Australia

Labour Day – Monday 4 March
Western Australia Day – Monday 3 June
Queens’ Birthday – Monday 30 September

Local or regional holidays

It should be noted that a public holiday can be declared for a particular region or locality within a state or a territory. Reference should be made to the relevant state or territory website to determine the date of any regional or local holiday.