Queen's Birthday in Western Australia in 2019

Queen's Birthday in Western Australia in 2019
  How long until Queen's Birthday?
This holiday next takes place in 39 days.
  Dates of Queen's Birthday in Western Australia
2021 Mon, Sep 27Regional Holiday
2020 Mon, Sep 28Regional Holiday
2019 Mon, Sep 30Regional Holiday
2018 Mon, Sep 24Regional Holiday
2017 Mon, Sep 25Regional Holiday
  Summary
The Queens Birthday holiday is a moveable feast celebrating the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II

Queen's Birthday in Western Australia

Please note that Some regional areas in Western Australia hold the Queen's Birthday public holiday on an alternative date, usually to coincide with a significant date or event for that area. The regions and dates are listed on the Government of Western Australia website.

When is Queen's Birthday in Australia?

The Queen's Birthday holiday is a moveable feast celebrating the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II who is not only Queen of Great Britain but also Queen of Australia, New Zealand and 13 of the 50 other countries in the commonwealth. 

The holiday traditionally marks the start of the Australian ski season.

On this day, businesses will generally be closed. Shops may open but observe restricted trading hours. Transport may operate on a Saturday or reduced timetable.

In Queensland, this holiday is observed on the first Monday in October since 2016.

In Western Australia, the Queen's Birthday holiday is celebrated in either late September or early October. The date is decided by the state governor.

The Queen's actual birthday is neither in June nor October but in April. The official birthday is in June to increase the chance of good weather for the celebrations in the UK, not to help the Australian Ski industry. It is not a public holiday in the UK.

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary of the House of Windsor was born on April 21st, 1926.

In 1952, after the death of her father, King George VI, Elizabeth succeeded to the throne and was known thereafter as Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Elizabeth II continues to reign as Queen of Australia after a referendum in 1999 which resulted in the retention of Australia's constitutional monarchy.

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