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Australia Day 2015 Long Weekend, Dates, Best Suggestions

Australia Day Long weekend 2015 has finally arrived from 24th to 26th of January 2015. Australia Day 2015 falls on Monday, that means this year it will be a long weekend for people as Monday will be the public (national) holiday. Best suggestion is that you can plan something bigger and better for this year’s Australia Day as you have got two days, Saturday and Sunday to plan out something.

Australia Day 2015
Australia Day 2015

Australia Day is celebrated every year on 26th of January to mark the anniversary of 1788 arrival of the first Fleet of British ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australia. Australia Day is also known as invasion Day, foundation day, anniversary day and ANA day. On Australia Day 2015 we expect family gatherings, barbecues, children picnics, parades, Australia Day Honors List, citizenship ceremonies and Australian of the Year presentation ceremony. Also there will be Triple J Hottest 100 displayed based on ratings and votes by Australian people by Triple J radio station.

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Australia Day Long Weekend 2015 Dates

  • 24th January 2015- Saturday
  • 25th January 2015 – Sunday
  • 26 January 2015 – Monday – Australia Day

Suggestion: There are three days of holiday, and if you take leave on Tuesday after Australia Day or Friday before the Australia Day, than you have four days to enjoy with your family and friends.

Australia Day 2015 is the second public holiday after New Year’s Eve and is celebrated in a grand way in cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra, Newcastle and others. We can see people coming out on this day and celebrate with family and friends. Many people will be busy with their school, college and office all the year, so we suggest you that you meet your old friends and relatives on this day and have a memorable celebration for Australia Day 2015.