PUBLIC HOLIDAYS NSW
NSW School Holidays
|NSW School Holidays 2011|
|Term 1 for students (Eastern division)||Monday, 31 January 2011||-||Friday, 08 April 2011|
|Term 1 for students (Western division)||Monday, 07 February 2011||-||Friday, 08 April 2011|
|Autumn Holidays||Monday, 11 April 2011||-||Tuesday, 26 April 2011|
|Term 2 for students||Thursday, 28 April 2011||-||Friday, 01 July 2011|
|Winter Holidays||Monday, 04 July 2011||-||Friday, 15 July 2011|
|Term 3 for students||Tuesday, 19 July 2011||-||Friday, 23 September 2011|
|Spring Holidays||Monday, 26 September 2011||-||Friday, 07 October 2011|
|Term 4 for students||Monday, 10 October 2011||-||Friday, 16 December 2011|
|Summer Holidays||Wednesday, 21 December 2011||-||Thursday, 26 January 2012|
|NSW School Holidays 2012|
|Term 1||Friday, 27 January 2012||-||Thursday, 05 April 2012|
|Autumn Holidays||Friday, 06 April 2012||-||Friday, 20 April 2012|
|Term 2||Monday, 23 April 2012||-||Friday, 29 June 2012|
|Winter Holidays||Monday, 02 July 2012||-||Friday, 13 July 2012|
|Term 3||Monday, 16 July 2012||-||Friday, 21 September 2012|
|Spring Holidays||Monday, 24 September 2012||-||Friday, 05 October 2012|
|Term 4||Monday, 08 October 2012||-||Friday, 21 December 2012|
|Summer Holidays||Monday, 24 December 2012||-||Monday, 28 January 2013|
|NSW School Holidays 2013|
|Term 1||Tuesday, 29 January 2013||-||Friday, 12 April 2013|
|Autumn Holidays||Monday, 15 April 2013||-||Friday, 26 April 2013|
|Term 2||Monday, 29 April 2013||-||Friday, 28 June 2013|
|Winter Holidays||Monday, 01 July 2013||-||Friday, 12 July 2013|
|Term 3||Monday, 15 July 2013||-||Friday, 20 September 2013|
|Spring Holidays||Monday, 23 September 2013||-||Monday, 07 October 2013|
|Term 4||Tuesday, 08 October 2013||-||Friday, 20 December 2013|
|Summer Holidays||Monday, 23 December 2013||-||Monday, 27 January 2014|
|NSW School Holidays 2014|
|Term 1||Tuesday, 28 January 2014||-||Friday, 11 April 2014|
|Autumn Holidays||Monday, 14 April 2014||-||Friday, 25 April 2014|
|Term 2||Monday, 28 April 2014||-||Friday, 27 June 2014|
|Winter Holidays||Monday, 30 June 2014||-||Friday, 11 July 2014|
|Term 3||Monday, 14 July 2014||-||Friday, 19 September 2014|
|Spring Holidays||Monday, 22 September 2014||-||Monday, 06 October 2014|
|Term 4||Tuesday, 07 October 2014||-||Friday, 19 December 2014|
|Summer Holidays||Monday, 22 December 2014||-||Monday, 26 January 2015|
|NSW School Holidays 2015|
|Term 1||Tuesday, 27 January 2015||-||Thursday, 02 April 2015|
|Autumn Holidays||Friday, 03 April 2015||-||Friday, 17 April 2015|
|Term 2||Monday, 20 April 2015||-||Friday, 26 June 2015|
|Winter Holidays||Monday, 29 June 2015||-||Friday, 10 July 2015|
|Term 3||Monday, 13 July 2015||-||Friday, 18 September 2015|
|Spring Holidays||Monday, 21 September 2015||-||Monday, 05 October 2015|
|Term 4||Tuesday, 06 October 2015||-||Friday, 18 December 2015|
|Summer Holidays||Monday, 21 December 2015||-||Tuesday, 26 January 2016|
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New South Wales is Australia’s most populous state. New South Wales is in short known as NSW and the NSW School holidays are the most awaited days by kids living in NSW.
School children residing in and around NSW can be called lucky ones as they get to enjoy the best NSW school holidays when compared to kids living in the other places of Australia.
Numerous fun activities, events, shows and programs are held at the caves near NSW. These events are available only during the NSW school holidays.
The temperature in NSW is neither too hot nor too cold. It is temperate allowing the school goers to happily enjoy the outdoor activities.
NSW is rich in heritage as it has close to 800 national parks within its limits. These national parks are a home for special habitat, plants and wild life. This is an exciting opportunity for school goers to enjoy their NSW school holidays by visiting, watching and understanding all the best things of nature out up at one place.
NSW also is known for the sporting spirit it fills in the citizens. NSW holds the largest sporting event, the National Rugby League. Most school goers attend rugby coaching classes during the NSW school holidays.
Apart from sporting spirit, NSW is a home for numerous cultural institutions that are of a great importance to the nation. These institutions hold several cultural programs for children during the NSW school holidays. Cultural events include various programs pertaining to music, dance, theatre, drama, etc. This way, children enjoy every single day while they get exposed to culture, traditions, sports and nature during the NSW school holidays.
The exposure, information and knowledge gained through these events will help the children in best choosing their career path that leads them towards a best and happy future.
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Disclaimer - All public holidays are correct at the time of printing. Holiday dates are determined by each state authority and are subject to change. Please ensure you check relevant holiday dates for each state before making a holiday booking.
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