Multi-purpose Microsoft Word calendars 2017 for Australia
– practical, versatile, customizable and free to download and print. These templates are suitable for a great variety of uses: holiday planner, trip planner, journey planner, travel planner, yearly overview, yearly planner, company calendar, office planner, holiday calendar, school calendar, college calendar, university planner, annual holiday chart and leave planner, attendance calendar, shift calendar, shift planner, yearly calendar, custom calendar, family planner, period calculator, ovulation calculator, pregnancy calendar, simple project management tool, team collaboration tool, EMM, ERP/MRP, SCM, PLM, CRM, HR, reporting, to do list, task management, appointment calendar, appointment planner, desktop calendar, wall calendar, wall planner, blank calendar, as time sheet, time management tool or time tracking software, for process management, process optimisation, help desk administration, business administration, business intelligence and analytics, automation, forecasting, finance, accounting, financial planning, tax planning, sales & marketing, customer service, customer relationship management, process & supply chain management, data analysis, availability and booking, as pocket calendar, advertising calendar, community calendar, staff planner, employee scheduler, employee absence tracker, people planner, vacation planner, annual journal, events planner, scheduler, shared scheduling, date calculator, yearly record, work schedule, wedding planner, fiscal year planner, register or report and many more...
The variations range from yearly calendars on a single page (the whole year at a glance) to quarterly calendars on 4 pages (3 months/1 quarter on one page).
The templates are blank, printable and macro-free and are easy to edit, amend, save and use again later. They are saved in Microsoft Word
".docx" format and can be used with the newer versions of Word that support the XML document standard (files with ".docx" extension - Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019, 2021 and Office 365). If you have one of the older versions of Word
that only supports the ".doc" format (Word 2000, 2002/XP & 2003), or if you don't have Word installed, use Microsoft Office Online
or one of the free Microsoft Word/Microsoft Office alternatives FreeOffice
Writer and Google Docs
, which are all free of charge (OpenOffice
Writer unfortunately has formatting problems when opening our calendars), or use a docx to doc converter
(available for online or offline use). Also compatible with
Microsoft Office for Mac (macOS) and Microsoft Office mobile for iPad/iOS, Android and Windows 10 mobile. Read more about the various Word versions and file formats
on Wikipedia. More free Word calendar templates are also available from the Microsoft template gallery (calendar section)
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Australian public holidays in our calendars
Australia's nationwide public holidays are New Year's Day, Australia Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. All other public holidays such as Easter Saturday (called "Saturday before Easter Sunday" or "The day after Good Friday" in some states and territories), Queen's Birthday, Labour Day and others are individually declared by the state and territory governments (Labour Day is observed in each state and territory but is varied in date). We show only the most widely observed public holidays in our calendars.
For detailed information about public holidays in Australia please see the information provided by the Australian government
and the very clear table of all public holidays and their regional validity on Wikipedia
Other calendar types for 2017: