South Australia Public Holidays 2018
This page contains a calendar of all 2018 public holidays for South Australia. These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates.
|1 Jan||Mon||New Year's Day|
|26 Jan||Fri||Australia Day|
|12 Mar||Mon||March Public Holiday|
|30 Mar||Fri||Good Friday|
|31 Mar||Sat||Day following Good Friday|
|2 Apr||Mon||Easter Monday|
|25 Apr||Wed||Anzac Day|
|11 Jun||Mon||Queen's Birthday|
|1 Oct||Mon||Labour Day|
|24 Dec||Mon||Christmas Eve *|
|25 Dec||Tue||Christmas Day|
|26 Dec||Wed||Proclamation Day|
|31 Dec||Mon||New Year's Eve *|
Note: South Australia has a part-day public holiday for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve from 7 pm to 12 midnight.
Visit sa.gov.au for the original release.
The many South Australia public holidays in 2018 afford locals and tourist alike an opportunity to explore the state of South Australia. From Adelaide, with its abundance of historic church buildings, to the scenic beauty of the state’s vast outback region to the north and west.
Long weekends on the 2018 calendar to plan for include: the Australia Day Weekend with the holiday falling on Friday, January 26th; the Queen’s Birthday Weekend on June 11th, the holiday as usual falling on a Monday; and a potential five-day Christmas Weekend with Christmas Day on a Tuesday, Boxing Day on the following Wednesday, and the intervening Monday being a logical day to take off with annual leave.
Cape Jervis is situated in the southwestern portion of the Fleurieu Peninsula. The town is located just 108 kilometres south of Adelaide.
Glenelg is a gorgeous beach suburb of Adelaide that will reward you with exciting marine activities and lovely coastal views.