In 2022, we’re all looking forward to a much more open, busier lifestyle than we experienced in 2021. And you’ll find everything you need to know about what’s going on around the country in our annual Australian calendar of events.
That said, there are still some events and festivals that are yet to be confirmed, or that perhaps will not go ahead in 2022. If there’s an entry you’re looking for in our calendar and you can’t find it, you may need to check with the event organisers closer to the day for confirmation.
For businesses and marketers, the calendar provides you with an overview of what’s coming up in 2022, so you can get a head start on your seasonal marketing strategies.
Here’s what you’ll find in this year’s calendar of events.
Awareness days and holidays 2022.
The first tab of the events calendar keeps you informed about each Australian holiday, major United Nations days, awareness weeks and months, and even the term dates for schools in each state and territory.
This should be extremely helpful for any social media calendar, as you can take inspiration from upcoming events and build shareable, likable content based on the interests of your audiences. Or you can simply use it for your own social calendar.
Cultural calendar of events 2022.
The second tab in our calendar of events offers a huge array of national and international cultural events.
This covers everything from major tennis tournaments and the all-important Bledisloe Cup, to various fashion weeks around the world, and everything in between.
Financial calendar of events 2022.
The third tab offers a calendar of major financial dates in Australia in 2022. This includes the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBAs) monthly meeting for interest rate updates, BAS reminders and a number of local and political events.
This section could be helpful for small business owners looking to stay on top of their financial obligations. You can also download the calendar and use it as a template to add in your own reminders and important dates.