There are numerous public holidays celebrated among the eight regions of Australia. There are only six holidays, however, that are celebrated by all eight regions. These are; New Years Day (Jan 1), Australia Day (Jan 26), Anzac Day (April 25), Christmas Day (Dec 25), Good Friday (Varies) and Easter Monday (Varies).
Public holidays in December in Australia are Christmas Day (25 December) and Boxing Day (26 December).
Currently, South Australia has the most, with 13 public holidays. See the related link below.
There are many sites you can visit to find out the public holidays taking place in Australia. Wikipedia has a list of these holidays and there is also a site dedicated to public holidays across all countries where you can find the information.
Each of the states and territories may differ in when they have public holidays. It is therefore recommended that you go to the related link below to find out the relevant public holidays.
No they're not open on public holidays :)
Public holidays are celerbrated on different days around australia so that people get a widespread amount of days off to relise the significance of the holiday.
Holiday information as it relates to Australia can be found on calendar websites like TimeAndDate. In addition, there are many other websites that encompass the realm of public holidays including PublicHolidaysAustralia.
There are various holidays celebrated in Australia but some of the National public holidays include Australia Day and Anzac Day. Other yearly holidays are much the same as North America with New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
The public holidays in Tarragona are the same than in Catalonia, and you have 2 more days of local holidays in every city of Catalonia.
Cambodia has 27 public holidays in 2013.
There are 11 public holidays each year.