Queen's Birthday is a public holiday in all Australian states and territories, but it is observed on different dates in different states.
Queen's Birthday is to celebrate the birthday of the monarch, however, the celebration date may not be the monarch's actual birthday. Queen's Birthday celebration first started in 1788 on the birthday of the King of Great Britain. It was observed on the actual birthday in the beginning and changed to the second Monday in June 1936 in the United Kingdom after King George V died. However, the holiday is observed on different days in different countries and regions.
States except for Queensland and Western Australia
In Australian states or territories other than Queensland and Western Australia, Queen's Birthday is observed on the 2nd Monday in June.
|Queen's Birthday||Jun 13, 2022||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Jun 12, 2023||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Jun 10, 2024||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Jun 09, 2025||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Jun 08, 2026||Monday|
In the state of Queensland, Australia, Queen's Birthday is observed on the 1st Monday in October.
|Queen's Birthday||Oct 03, 2022||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Oct 02, 2023||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Oct 07, 2024||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Oct 06, 2025||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Oct 05, 2026||Monday|
In the state of Western Australia, Queen's Birthday is proclaimed by the Governor of Western Australia, and it usually falls on the last Monday of September or the first Monday of October.
|Queen's Birthday||Sep 26, 2022||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Sep 25, 2023||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Sep 30, 2024||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Sep 29, 2025||Monday|
|Queen's Birthday||Sep 28, 2026||Monday|