The Queen’s Birthday is a public holiday in Niue, as in New Zealand and other territories associated with New Zealand. Actually, it is also observed in many other British Commonwealth nations, and of course, in the UK itself.
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It should be understood that the Queen’s Birthday public holiday does not fall on the date of the sitting Queen’s actual birthday. It is simply a day to honour her, the British monarchy, and the solidarity shown in the Commonwealth of Nations.
Major events include official speeches, military parades, special tea parties, and the like. For many, however, it is just another very welcome day off work and a three-day holiday!
In Niue, Queen’s Birthday is a great time to head to the beach to sun oneself and swim. It’s also a time for picnics, hiking, nature viewing, and family get-togethers.
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