Public and school holidays
NSW public holidays 2013-2014
|New Year's Day||Tuesday, 1 January||Wednesday, 1 January|
|Australia Day||**Monday, 28 January||Monday, 27 January|
|Good Friday||Friday, 29 March||Friday, 18 April|
|Easter Saturday||Saturday, 30 March||Saturday, 19 April|
|Easter Sunday||Sunday, 31 March||Sunday, 20 April|
|Easter Monday||Monday, 1 April||Monday, 21 April|
|ANZAC Day||Thursday, 25 April||Friday, 25 April|
|Queen's Birthday||Monday, 10 June||Monday, 9 June|
|*Bank Holiday||Monday, 5 August||Monday, 4 August|
|Labour Day||Monday, 7 October||Monday, 6 October|
|Christmas Day||Wednesday, 25 December||Thursday, 25 December|
|Boxing Day||Thursday, 26 December||Friday, 26 December|
* Applies to banks and certain financial institutions see Retail Trading Act 2008.
** From 31/12/11 when Australia Day (26 January) falls on a Saturday or Sunday, there will be no public holiday on that day as the following Monday will be declared a public holiday.For local public holidays and information for other states, see NSW public holidays - NSW Office of Industrial Relations.
NSW school terms
|Term 1||Eastern Division: 30 January - 12 April
Western Division: 6 February - 12 April
|28 January - 11 April|
|Term 2||1 May - 28 June||28 April - 27 June|
|Term 3||16 July - 20 September||14 July - 19 September|
|Term 4||9 October - 18 December||7 October - 19 December|
For more information see NSW school calendar.
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