South Australia Public Holidays 2018
|New Year's Day||Monday, 1 January 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Australia Day||Friday, 26 January 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|March public holiday||Monday, 12 March 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Good Friday||Friday, 30 March 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|The day after Good Friday||Saturday, 31 March 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Easter Monday||Monday, 2 April 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Anzac Day||Wednesday, 25 April 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Queen's Birthday||Monday, 11 June 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Labour Day||Monday, 1 October 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Christmas Eve (Part day from 7pm)||Monday, 24 December 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Christmas Day||Tuesday, 25 December 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|Proclamation Day Public Holiday||Wednesday, 26 December 2018||Public||SA Wide|
|New Year's Eve (Part day from 7pm)||Monday, 31 December 2018||Public||SA Wide|
Information presented is from South Australia Government sources
Every Sunday in South Australia is nominally a public holiday under the Holidays Act 1910 (SA).
The Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve part-day public holidays (from 7pm til midnight) came into effect in South Australia in April 2012.
South Australia is unique in that the public holiday on 26th of December is called Proclamation Day. Proclamation Day celebrates the establishment of government in South Australia as a British province. Other states in Australia refer to this date as Boxing Day. There is a Proclamation Day in Western Australia but it's not a public holiday.
Disclaimer: The South Australia Public Holidays website is operated as a service to those looking to get an idea of when holidays are occurring. Whilst all care is taken to ensure the data presented on this site is accurate South Australia Public Holidays won't be held accountable for inaccuracies within this website. It is recommended that visitors cross reference the info on this site with other Government websites also.