Flinders Island Show Day Change of Date - Have your say
The Tasmanian Government is committed to providing opportunities for community involvement in the development of Government policy and we are seeking your input on a proposal from the organisers of the Flinders Island Show to change the date of the Flinders Island Show from the Friday preceding the third Saturday in October to the third Friday in November each year, commencing in 2021.
Schedule 1 of the Statutory Holidays Act 2000 currently provides that the Friday preceding the third Saturday in October is a statutory holiday to be observed as a full day public holiday for the Flinders Island Show in the municipal area of Flinders.
The proposal is only to change the date of the show and, as such, it will remain a full day holiday in the municipal area of Flinders.
Fact Sheet - Flinders Island Show (PDF, 276.0 KB)
How to make a submission
We must receive all written submissions on the Flinders Island Show Day change of date by 5pm on Wednesday, 2 December 2020.
You can make your submission either online, by email or by post.
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Department of Justice
Office of the Secretary
GPO Box 825
Hobart TAS 7001
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