What Date Is Christmas Celebrated in Australia?

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Christmas is celebrated differently all over the world. In the US and the UK, it is typically celebrated by decorating Christmas trees, wrapping gifts, hanging stockings for Santa Claus to fill, singing carols and feasting with family and friends.
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Christmas in Australia is celebrated on 25 December of every year and occurs during the height of the summer season. It is recognised as a national public holiday and workers are therefore entitled to a day off with pay.
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