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Queen’s Birthday long weekend OPENING HOURS: When Coles, Woolworths, ALDI and bottle shops will be open

Your ultimate guide!

Live in NSW, SA, NT, the ACT, Victoria or Tasmania? Well then you’re in luck as all these states celebrate a long weekend with the Queen’s Birthday public holiday this coming Monday.And while Queenslanders and West Australians will have to wait till later in the year to celebrate Her Majesty’s big day – on October 7 and September 30 respectively, the other states can enjoy three days off this weekend.

But what supermarkets are open when? Here’s your ultimate guide to get you through the public holiday!

Coles

All Coles supermarkets across NSW, Victoria, Tasmania, NT and the ACT will trade as usual on the Queen’s Birthday. But it’s a different story for SA residents, with all metropolitan stores closed on June 10. Regional South Australian stores will be open, however, and Adelaide’s two CBD locations will trade from 11am until 5pm.

WoolworthsAll Woolies in the NT, ACT and Tasmania will be open as usual, however some SA locations closed for the public holiday.All Woolworths stores in NSW will be open on the Queen’s Birthday public holiday with revised trading hours. The only exceptions will be the Sydney Metcentre and 333 George Street stores, which will both be closed.In Victoria, all stores will be open – except for the Bourke Street and Collins Square locations.
(Image: Aldi)
AldiGood news for Aldi lovers, with most stores being open over the Queen’s Birthday public holiday. Sydney’s Leichhardt store will be closed, however, as will some northern NSW locations.The majority of Aldi stores in SA will be closed, except for the Berri, Kadina, Mt Barker, Murray Bridge, Nuriootpa, Port Pirie and Victor Harbor locations.In any case, Aldi encourages shoppers to visit their website to confirm store trading hours.Bottle shopsAll bottle shops – Dan Murphy’s, First Choice, BWS, Liquorland and more – are expected to be open on the Queen’s Birthday, some with restricted trading hours. Check your local bottle shop’s website for details.Shopping centresMost Westfield shopping centres will be open with revised trading hours for some NSW, ACT and Victoria locations, however Marion and Tea Tree Plaza will be closed.David Jones stores in all states will be open – the only exceptions are Barangaroo, Marion, West Lakes and Botanica Food.Myer will also be open for customers in every state. However, Launceston store in Tasmania and SA’s Marion and Tea Tree Plaza stores will be closed.

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