This is a national public holiday in Australia that is celebrated annually on January 26. It marks the anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet of British ships to the east coast of Australia in 1788, which marked the beginning of British colonization of the continent. The day is marked with a variety of events and celebrations, including parades, festivals, concerts, and ceremonies, as well as traditional activities such as bush picnics and barbecues. Australia Day is a time for Australians to come together to celebrate the nation's history, culture, and achievements, and to reflect on the country's future direction.
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