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Calendar of events for Honours and National Symbols
Key - Honours and Awards eventHonours National Symbols eventNational Symbols
January
26 January National Symbols eventAustralia Day - Australian National Flag to fly.
26 January Honours and Awards eventAustralia Day Honours List announced.
February
February Honours and Awards eventAustralian Bravery Decorations to be announced.
1 February Honours and Awards eventCommonwealth Public Service Medal nominations due.
13 February National Symbols eventAnniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generations - Australian National Flag, Australian Aboriginal Flag and Torres Strait Islander Flag to fly.
March
March National Symbols eventCommonwealth Day - Australian National Flag to fly (second Monday).
April
25 April National Symbols eventAnzac Day - Australian National Flag to fly at half-mast.
May
May National Symbols eventNational Reconciliation Week - Australian National Flag, Australian Aboriginal Flag and Torres Strait Islander Flag to fly.
June
June Honours and Awards eventThe Queen's Birthday Honours List announced.
National Symbols eventThe Queen’s Birthday- Australian National Flag to fly.
21 June Honours and Awards eventMidwinter's Day Honours announced.
July
July National Symbols eventNAIDOC Week - Australian National Flag, Australian Aboriginal Flag and Torres Strait Islander Flag to fly.
August
August Honours and Awards eventAustralian Bravery Decorations to be announced.
1 August Honours and Awards eventCommonwealth Public Service Medal nominations due.
September
1 September National Symbols eventNational Wattle Day.
3 September National Symbols eventAustralian National Flag Day - Australian National Flag to fly.
17 September National Symbols eventCitizenship Day - Australian National Flag to fly.
October
24 October National Symbols eventUnited Nations Day - United Nations Flag to fly.
November
11 November National Symbols eventRemembrance Day - Australian National Flag to fly at half-mast.
December

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Last Updated: 9 June, 2010