Sitting calendar 2007- text version

  • 1st January – New Year's Day (Public Holiday)
  • 26th January – Australia Day (Public Holiday)
Autumn session
  • 6th to 8th February – Both Houses sit
  • 12th to 15th February – Only House of Representatives sits, Senate Additional Estimates
  • 16th February - Senate Additional Estimates (If required)
  • 26th February to 1st March – Both Houses sit
  • 19th March – Canberra Day (Public Holiday)
  • 20th to 21st March – Both Chambers sit
  • 22nd March – Both Chambers sit, Senate 2/3 Cut Off
  • 23rd March - Only Senate Sits
  • 26th to 29th March – Both Chambers sit
  • 6th April – Good Friday (Public Holiday)
  • 9th April – Easter Monday (Public Holiday)
  • 25th April – ANZAC Day (Public Holiday)
Winter (Budget) session
  • 8th May – Budget, Both Houses sit
  • 9th May – Both Houses sit , Senate 2/3 Cut Off
  • 10th May – Both Houses sit
  • 21st to 24th May – Only House of Representatives sits, Senate Budget Estimates
  • 28th to 31st May – Only House of Representatives sits, Senate Budget Estimates
  • 11th June – Queen's birthday (Public Holiday)
  • 12th to 14th June – Both Houses sit
  • 15th June - Only Senate Sits
  • 18th June – Both Houses sit
  • 19th June – Senate 2/3 Cut Off, Both Houses sit
  • 20th to 21st June – Both Houses sit
Spring session
  • 7th to 9th August – Both Houses sit
  • 13th August – Both Houses sit
  • 14th August – Both Houses sit, Senate 2/3 Cut Off
  • 15th to 16th August – Both Houses sit
  • 10th Septmber – Only Senate Sits
  • 11th to 13th September – Both Houses sit
  • 17th September – Both Houses sit
  • 18th September – Both Houses sit, Senate 2/3 Cut Off
  • 19th to 20th September – Both Houses sit
  • 1st October – Labour Day (public holiday)
  • 15th October - The Parliament was prorogued at noon on 15 October for a general election that was held on 24 November 2007.
  • 25th December – Christmas Day
  • 26th December – Boxing Day

Variations to the 2007 Parliamentary Sitting Pattern

Date

Reason

21 March 2007

Senate agreed to sit on Friday, 23 March 2007.

14 June 2007 Senate agreed to sit on Friday, 15 June 2007.
15 October 2007 The Parliament was prorogued at noon on 15 October for a general election that was held on 24 November 2007.
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