Australians celebrate Boxing Day annually on December 26. It is a national public holiday and one of the most important shopping days of the year. Boxing Day in Australia marks the start of the summer sale period and is the perfect opportunity to change any Christmas presents or redeem gift vouchers received during Christmas.
The online version of Boxing Day is called Cyber Boxing Day. This is s great option if you want to avoid overcrowded stores. A growing number of online shops in Australia offer special deals on this date.
See also Boxing Day in the year calendars section for more informatioin about the history and origin of Boxing Day.
|Holiday||Date||Week number||Days to go|
|Boxing Day 2003||December 26, 2003 Friday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2004||December 26, 2004 Sunday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2005||December 26, 2005 Monday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2006||December 26, 2006 Tuesday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2007||December 26, 2007 Wednesday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2008||December 26, 2008 Friday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2009||December 26, 2009 Saturday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2010||December 26, 2010 Sunday||51||-|
|Boxing Day 2011||December 26, 2011 Monday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2012||December 26, 2012 Wednesday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2013||December 26, 2013 Thursday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2014||December 26, 2014 Friday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2015||December 26, 2015 Saturday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2016||December 26, 2016 Monday||52||-|
|Boxing Day 2017||December 26, 2017 Tuesday||52||-|
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