Arrrr, me ‘earties, tis the most Piratey month of the year approachin’, with Talk Like A Pirate day washin’ up on our shores on September 19! We’ve also got big events like the Paralympic Games, R U OK Day and my favourite reminder of the year: make your bed day!

Pencil in these swash-bucklin’ dates into your calendar and I’ll see you next month!

Check out the key dates for August here, and October is right here!

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September Key Dates

September 1
Social September
Blue September
Organic Awareness Month
September 2
Birdsville Races
September 3
Sea Week
September 4
Father’s Day (AUS)
September 5
International Bacon Day
Be Late for Something Day
Cheese Pizza Day
National Landcare Week
September 6
Read a Book Day
Fight Procrastination Day
September 7
Paralympic Games
National Threatened Species Day
September 8
R U OK Day
September 10
Swap Ideas Day
World Suicide Prevention Day
September 11
Make Your Bed Day

September 13
Roald Dahl’s birthday
Who Do You Think You Are? 7:30pm SBS
September 15
Bridget Jones’s Baby (in cinemas – AUS)
September 16
Guacamole Day
September 17
September 19
International Talk Like a Pirate Day
September 21
International Peace Day
September 22
Hobbit Day
World Car-Free Day
Snowden film released (AUS)
September 26
School holidays start (NSW)
September 28
Ask a Stupid Question Day
Hug a Vegan Day
September 29
International Coffee Day
World Maritime Day
September 30
AFL Grand Final Friday

Want more dates….?

2021 Key Dates Calendar

Looking for a listing of key dates, fun events and holidays to help you plan your social media content for 2021? This dates listing covers everything from Australian public holidays, silly days, sporting events and award shows from January through til December 2021.

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