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Does Anzac Day mean a public holiday Monday? It depends where you live

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Australians will pause to reflect this Anzac Day on the 106th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. 

But as the solemn occasion falls on a weekend this year, not all states and territories are making Monday, April 26 a public holiday.

Read on for a breakdown of where is (and isn’t) getting a day off next week, or jump to your state or territory here:

New South Wales

Member of catafalque party stands guard during Anzac Day dawn service
NSW will not mark a separate Anzac Day public holiday.(

AAP: Dan Himbrechts

)

No.

While NSW lists Anzac Day as a public holiday, it doesn’t offer a supplementary public holiday when it falls on a weekend.

That means there won’t be an Anzac Day long weekend until 2022, when Anzac Day falls on a Monday.

Victoria

No.

Like NSW, Victoria only gives its citizens an extra day off if…



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