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First Day of NAIDOC Week in Australia

Is First Day of NAIDOC Week a Public Holiday?

First Day of NAIDOC Week is not a public holiday. It falls on Sunday, July 5, 2020 and most businesses follow regular Sunday opening hours in Australia.

First Day of NAIDOC Week Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunJul 5First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2016SunJul 3First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2017SunJul 2First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2018SunJul 8First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2019SunJul 7First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2020SunJul 5First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2021SunJul 4First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2022SunJul 3First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2023SunJul 2First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2024SunJul 7First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance
2025SunJul 6First Day of NAIDOC WeekObservance

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