Oh, June. What days do you NOT have?

Pencil these babies in your calendar in yellow highlighter: Leave the Office Early Day, Hug Your Cat Day, the Tony Awards, Take Your Dog to Work Day and of course Social Media Day. Great ready for a month of singing and pet cuddles. Life. sorted.

Check out the key dates for May here and July will be here very soon!

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Special Days – June

June 1
Oscar the Grouch’s Birthday (Sesame Street Character)
Baywatch movie released in AUS
Wonder Woman movie released in AUS
State Of Origin Game 1 results (Game on May 31)

June 2
Donut Day
Leave the Office Early Day

June 3
Mabo Day
2017 UEFA Champions League Final

June 4
National Whale Day
Hug Your Cat Day

June 5
World Environment Day
True Story with Hamish & Andy 7:30pm Nine
Fear the Walking Dead 7:30pm FX
Here Come the Habibs 8pm Nine

June 7
Sydney Film Festival begins
Ronny Chieng: International Student 9pm ABC

June 8
The Mummy film released in AUS
Best Friends Day

June 9
Orange Is The New Black (USA)
Donald Duck Day

June 10
Orphan Black (USA)

June 11
Tony Awards

June 12
Queen’s Birthday (AUS)
International Men’s Health Week
Magic Day
2017 Tony Awards 10am Foxtel Arts

June 14
International Bath Day
World Blood Donor Day

June 15
Despicable Me 3 in cinemas (AUS)
The Family Law 8:30pm SBS

June 17
Eat Your Vegetables Day

June 18
Refugee Week
International Picnic Day
Father’s Day (USA)

June 19
Preacher (USA)

June 20
World Refugee Day

June 21
Red Apple Day
International Day of Yoga
State of Origin Game 2
June Solstice

June 22
Cricket: ICC Champions Trophy 2017 – Australia vs New Zealand
Cars 3 in cinemas AUS
Transformers: The Last Knight in cinemas in AUS

June 23
Take Your Dog to Work Day

June 25
Eid al Fitr (Islam)

June 29
Camera Day

June 30
Social Media Day
Red Nose Day
Superman’s Birthday (1938)
Meteor Day
School holidays begins NSW (Not in NSW? Your state info is here)

Just a reminder that these events are as correct as I can make them at the time of writing – but please double check special dates should things have shifted since publication!


About Rachel Beaney

Rachel Beaney is an Australian freelance social media specialist with over a decade in digital media. She’s worked with global names like Microsoft, Samsung, News Corp and General Assembly, in addition to not-for-profits and government bodies. She loves helping clients solve their business needs with creative and data-driven solutions. Get in touch today to jump on a free consultation call to find out how Rachel can help you.