September | National Days Of The Year

National Days of the Year | September

September in Australia. Warmer days spring up like tulips in, well, springtime. It’s a delightful time of year in every state and territory, and it holds some wonderful national days. Each September, we get a bunch of incredible food days (Cheeseburger Day and Double Cheeseburger Day), Be Late for Something Day, and some super important awareness days like R U OK? Day.

Our long list below contains all the days that matter in September!

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National Days | September

National Days and Days That Matter During September:

Days that vary in date each year will have the year next to them.

01 September Indigenous Literacy Day
Australian Craft Gin Day
02 SeptemberJapan surrenders, bringing WWII to an end in 1945
03 SeptemberBring Your Manners to Work Day
Australia follows Britain and declares war on Germany in 1939
The Canberra Times is first published in 1926
04 SeptemberFather’s Day
Beard Day
Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter, dies after being stung by a stingray in 2006
Wildlife Day
Macadamia Nut Day
05 SeptemberInternational Day of Charity
Cheese Pizza Day
World Samosa Day
Be Late For Something Day
06 SeptemberThe first tank was produced by the British in 1915
Coffee Ice Cream Day
Fight Procrastination Day
Read a Book Day
07 SeptemberWorld Salami Day
Buy a Book Day
International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies
08 SeptemberInternational Literacy Day
Iguana Awareness Day
World Physical Therapy Day
Quiet Day
09 September
R U OK? Day
10 SeptemberIn 1897 a London taxi driver becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving.
TV Dinner Day
World Suicide Prevention Day
11 SeptemberMake Your Bed Day
12 SeptemberChocolate Milkshake Day
13 September
The first recorded published use of the term “selfie” by an Aussie (2002)
Celiac Awareness Day
Ansett airlines collapses in 2001
Supernatural Day
Roald Dahl Day
14 SeptemberPainter of some of Australias most iconic images, Tom Roberts dies in 1931
15 SeptemberInternational Day of Democracy
Cheese Toast Day
Double Cheeseburger Day
Linguine Day
The Opening Ceremony of the Sydney Olympics was held in 2000
World Afro Day
16 SeptemberInternational Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer
Australian Television Begins in 1956
Guacamole Day
17 SeptemberBisexual Awareness Week until September 24
World Patient Safety Day
18 SeptemberInternational Equal Pay Day
Cheeseburger Day
Eat an Apple Day
19 SeptemberTalk Like a Pirate Day
20 SeptemberPepperoni Pizza Day
21 SeptemberInternational Day of Peace
Wifi introduced, invented by an Aussie
22 SeptemberWorld Car Free Day
Elephant Appreciation Day
23 SeptemberCelebrate Bisexuality Day
(2021)Spring Equinox
Za’atar Day
International Day of Sign Languages
24 SeptemberPunctuation Day
25 SeptemberCathy Freeman won the gold medal in the women’s 400 metres race in the year 2000
26 SeptemberQueen’s Birthday (public holiday in WA)
International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
27 SeptemberWorld Tourism Day
28 SeptemberInternational Day for Universal Access to Information
29 SeptemberInternational Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste
30 SeptemberBurnie Show (public holiday in Tasmania)
International Podcast Day
World Maritime Day

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