Public Holidays and Events 2022
2022 is shaping up to be an exciting year, with plenty of public holidays and events to look forward to. Whether you are planning a family vacation or just looking for an excuse to celebrate your favorite holiday, there’s something for everyone.
Let’s start with the public holidays. In 2022, we have a total of 12 public holidays, which fall on the same date every year. These holidays are a great opportunity to take a break from work, spend time with family and friends, or simply relax and unwind. Here’s the complete list of public holidays for 2022:
- New Year’s Day – 1 January 2022
- Australian Day – 26 January 2022
- Good Friday – 15 April 2022
- Easter Monday – 18 April 2022
- Anzac Day – 25 April 2022
- Queen’s Birthday – 13 June 2022
- Christmas Day – 25 December 2022
- Boxing Day – 26 December 2022
It’s important to note that public holidays may vary depending on the state or territory you’re in. If you’re unsure, it’s always a good idea to check with your local government or employer.
In addition to public holidays, 2022 also has a number of exciting events taking place across the country. From music festivals to sporting events, there’s something for everyone. Here are some of the biggest events you won’t want to miss:
For the tennis fans out there, the Australian Open is a must-attend event. Held annually in Melbourne, it is the first of four Grand Slam tennis tournaments of the year. The dates for the 2022 Australian Open are 17-30 January.
If you’re looking for a visually stunning event, Vivid Sydney is a must-see. This annual event transforms the city into a spectacular display of lights, music, and art. The dates for Vivid Sydney 2022 are yet to be announced, so keep an eye out for updates.
Splendour in the Grass
For the music lovers, Splendour in the Grass is the place to be. This three-day music festival is held in Byron Bay and features some of the biggest names in music. The dates for Splendour in the Grass 2022 are yet to be announced, so stay tuned.
For horse racing enthusiasts, the Melbourne Cup is the biggest event of the year. Held annually in Melbourne, it is known as the ‘race that stops a nation’. The race is held on the first Tuesday of November, which falls on the 1st in 2022.
Plan Your Year
With so many public holidays and events to look forward to, 2022 is shaping up to be an exciting year. Now’s the time to start planning your year, so you don’t miss out on any of the action. Whether it’s a family vacation or a weekend away with friends, there’s plenty of opportunities to make the most of your time off.