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The top 10 Events in Australia


Australia Day

  One of the most striking and amazing events that take place on January 26 is Australia Day. On this national day, millions of Australians, visitors and tourists join the celebration of the public holiday. There will be various festivals, parades, musical performances, and fireworks across Australia. Do not miss such a significant and remarkable event that occurs once a year.

Visit the Australia Day website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 26 January

Australia Day


Melbourne Cup

  Have you not yet chosen your outfit for the most exciting public holiday? Then hurry up, because the most important race in Australia will be held in Melbourne in early November. The sea of champagne, delicious food, and beautiful outfits will conquer your imagination on this holiday.  Do not forget to bet on the winner.  Good luck!

Visit the Flemington website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: November 3 - 10

Where: at Flemington, Melbourne

Melbourne Cup


Mardi Gras Festival

  The incredible atmosphere that reigns at this most spectacular event surrounds Sydney, its inhabitants, tourists, and international guests. A variety of live shows, music and performances accompany the holiday of love, freedom and happiness. Do not forget to mark the event on your calendar that takes place at the beginning of March.

Visit the Mardi Gras website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 14 February - 1 March 2020

Where: Sydney

Mardi Gras Festival


AFL Grand Final

  Powerful in its atmosphere and entertainment is the annual Australian football match. The AFL Grand Final will be held in September – October in Melbourne. The first week of September is going to be very hot at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Visit the AFL website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: the first Saturday of September

Where: the Melbourne Cricket Ground

AFL Grand Final


Sydney Royal Easter Show

  Easter unites all people living in Australia. A bright and joyful holiday fills our hearts with warmth. Join the celebration at the Royal Easter Show at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. Animal exhibitions, live shows, shopping and much more will twist you in a whirlpool of entertainment over 12 days.

Visit the Easter Show website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 03-14 April 2020

Where: at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney Royal Easter Show


New Year's Day

  On this day, many make New Year's Resolutions and start a new stage of their lives. The realisation that one more year has passed is coming on the morning of January 1. So let's celebrate this bright holiday with the most grandiose fireworks in the world.

Visit the Sydney NYE website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 31 December

Time: at 9pm & midnight

Where: Sydney Harbour

New Year's Day


ANZAC Day

  ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. ANZAC Day is a very important public day which is a symbol of courage and steadfastness. On this day, the country remembers and honours its heroes.

Visit the Australian War Memorial website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 25 April

ANZAC Day


Christmas Day

  Christmas is truly a wonderful family holiday, which is so actively celebrated across Australia. For this holiday you need to carefully prepare, plan various events, buy gifts for friends and relatives, dress up a Christmas tree, and prepare the house for guests.

Visit the Public Holidays website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 25 December

Christmas Day


Australian Open

  The Australian Open is a tennis tournament that is held annually in Melbourne. Fans all over the world come to visit one of the most exciting events. The stars of this world-scale show a high-class and fascinating game. You should plan your trip to the Australian Open in advance, as tickets are sold out very quickly.

When: 20 January - 02 February 2020

Where: Melbourne Park

Australian Open


Halloween

  Halloween is not a national holiday, but it is celebrated by many people across Australia. Regardless of how different categories of people refer to it, this holiday has won the hearts of millions of Australian children. The funny outfits, various sweets and pumpkins are the main attributes of the holiday. Trick or Treat?!

Visit the Halloween Australia website to find more information (opens in a new window).

When: 31 October

Halloween


The Events in States & Territori


  NSW (New South Wales)

 Events in NSW

Visit the visitnsw.com website to find more information (opens in a new window)

What's On in NSW (Events)

 Events in Sydney

Visit the City of Sydney website to find more information (opens in a new window)

City of Sydney (What's On)

  WA (Western Australia)

 Events in WA

Visit the Tourism WA website to find more information (opens in a new window)

WA Events

 Events in Perth

Visit the experienceperth.com website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Destination Perth (Events)

  SA (South Australia)

 Events in SA

Visit the South Australian Tourism Commission website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Major Events SA

 Events in Adelaide

Visit the Eventbrite website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Events Adelaide

  QLD (Queensland)

 Events in Queensland

Visit the Queensland website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Queensland Events

 Events in Brisbane

Visit the Visit Brisbane website to find more information (opens in a new window)

What's On in Brisbane

VIC (Victoria)

 Events in Victoria

Visit the Visit Victoria website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Events Victoria

 Events in Melbourne

Visit the City of Melbourne website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Events in Melbourne

 TAS (Tasmania)

 Events in Tasmania

Visit the Discover Tasmania website to find more information (opens in a new window)

What's On (Events Tasmania)

 Events in Hobart

Visit the Hobart & Beyond website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Markets & Events

 ACT (Australian Capital Territory)

 Events in ACT

Visit the Events ACT website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Events ACT

 Events in Canberra

Visit the Visit Canberra website to find more information (opens in a new window)

What's On in Canberra

 NT (Northern Territory)

 Events in NT

Visit the northernterritory.com website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Major Events in NT

 Events in Darwin

 Events in Cairns & Great Barrier Reef

Visit the northernterritory.com website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Festivals & Events (Darwin)

Visit the Business Events Cairns website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Major & Regional Events

 

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