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NSW SCHOOL
AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
AND DAYLIGHT SAVING

NSW SCHOOL and PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND DAYLIGHT SAVING

Check this year’s NSW school term dates and public holidays shown below. There are sometimes late changes so check first before booking and travelling.

School term dates and public holidays.Source NSW Government: www.nsw.gov.au/living-nsw/school-and-public-holidays#school-term-dates  


SCHOOL TERM DATES


2022 school year 
Autumn vacationEastern and Western divisions
Monday 11 April to Friday 22 April 2022
Winter vacationEastern and Western divisions
Monday 4 July to Friday 15 July 2022
Spring vacationEastern and Western divisions
Monday 26 September to Friday 7 October 2022
Summer vacationEastern division
Wednesday 21 December 2022 to Thursday 26 January 2023 Western division
Wednesday 21 December 2022 to Thursday 2 February 2022

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS NSW

Holiday20222023
New Year’s DaySaturday 1 January 2022Sunday 1 January 2023
3Additional DayMonday 3 January 2022Monday 2 January 2023
2Australia DayWednesday 26 January 2022Thursday 26 January 2023
Good FridayFriday 15 April 2022Friday 7 April 2023
Easter SaturdaySaturday 16 April 2022Saturday 8 April 2023
Easter SundaySunday 17 April 2022Sunday 9 April 2023
Easter MondayMonday 18 April 2022Monday 10 April 2023
Anzac DayMonday 25 April 2022Tuesday 25 April 2023
Queen’s BirthdayMonday 13 June 2022Monday 12 June 2023
1Bank HolidayMonday 1 August 2022Monday 7 August 2023
Labour DayMonday 3 October 2022Monday 2 October 2023
Christmas DaySunday 25 December 2022Monday 25 December 2023
Boxing DayMonday 26 December 2022Tuesday 26 December 2023
3Additional DayTuesday 27 December 2022Not applicable

1 Applies to banks and certain financial institutions, see the Retail Trading Act 2008launch.
2 From 31.12.11 when Australia Day (26 January) falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, there will be no public holiday on that day, as the following Monday will be declared a public holiday.
3 From 31.12.11 the Holiday Act provides for an extra public holiday to be added when New Year’s Day, Christmas Day or Boxing Day falls on a weekend.


DAYLIGHT SAVING NSW

  • Daylight saving in NSW begins at 2am, Eastern Standard Time on the first Sunday in October and
  • Ends at 3am,Eastern Daylight Saving Time on the first Sunday in April.

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