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Proclamation Day in Australia

Is Proclamation Day a Public Holiday?

Proclamation Day is a public holiday in South Australia, where it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Proclamation Day Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015SatDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2016MonDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2017TueDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2018WedDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2019ThuDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2020MonDec 28Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2021SunDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2021TueDec 28Day off for Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2022MonDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2022TueDec 27Day off for Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2023TueDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2024ThuDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia
2025FriDec 26Proclamation DayState HolidaySouth Australia

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