The Queen‘s Birthday is a public holiday celebrated in most states and territories on the second Monday in June, making for a much-looked-forward-to June long weekend.
In Western Australia, the governor proclaims the holiday either at the end of September or the beginning of October each year because the June public holiday is relegated to Western Australia Day (formerly Foundation Day).
In South Australia, the Queen‘s Birthday holiday is also called Volunteer‘s Day.
In 2015, the Queen‘s Birthday will be celebrated on Monday 8 June in all States and Territories except WA
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