2020 Public Holiday dates
The following public holidays are observed throughout New Zealand for 2020. Be aware that many businesses and attractions are closed on public holidays, and those that are open may charge a surcharge. Accommodations tend to be booked out long in advance of public holidays, so early planning is advised. If a public holiday falls on a weekend day (ie Saturday or Sunday), the holiday is observed the next working day (ie Monday).
|New Year's Day||Wednesday 1 January|
|Day after New Year's Day||Thursday 2 January|
|Waitangi Day||Thursday 6 February|
|Good Friday||Friday 10 April|
|Easter Monday||Monday 13 April|
|ANZAC Day||Staurday 25 April|
|Queen's Birthday||Monday 1 June|
|Labour Day||Monday 26 October|
|Christmas Day||Friday 25 December|
|Boxing Day||Saturday 26 December|
Provincial Anniversary Days are treated as public holidays, but only observed and recognised by the individual region. Many businesses will close on their provincial holiday.
|Auckland||Monday 27 January|
|Taranaki||Monday 9 March|
|Hawke's Bay||Friday 23 October|
|Wellington||Monday 20 January|
|Marlborough||Monday 2 November|
|Nelson||Monday 3 February|
|Canterbury||Friday 13 November|
|Canterbury (South)||Monday 28 September|
|Westland||Monday 30 November|
|Otago||Monday 23 March|
|Southland||Tuesday 14 April|
|Chatham Islands||Monday 30 November|
Current Date & Time: July 18 2019, 10:22 am
Did you Know?
The two main islands of New Zealand are called the North Island and the South Island.