It’s a everywhere except Queensland and Western Australia this Monday, with all other states and territories enjoying a day off on June 13 for the Queen’s birthday.
Typically, not all retailers stay open during public holidays, or may choose to reduce their operating hours.
Fortunately, most major supermarkets and bottle shops are set to remain open this weekend, although a few will be closed on the Monday and some may trim their trading hours.
Most retailers advised customers to check websites for their local stores to make sure they were open.
On Monday, all Coles stores in Victoria, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory will remain open during normal trading hours.
In Adelaide, all metro stores will be closed and the Rundle Place store in the CBD will be open 11am-5pm.
In NSW, some stores will have reduced trading hours. Customers should .
Coles Express and Coles Liquor stores may also be operating non-standard trading hours, and customers should to get information about their local stores.
All in NSW, ACT, the Northern Territory and Victoria are expected to remain open, although customers were advised to to check the opening hours of their .
In Adelaide, metropolitan stores will be closed but the Rundle Mall and regional stores will remain open.
Dan Murphy’s bottle shops will stay open on Monday, although customers have been advised to as opening hours may vary.
BWS stores will also remain open on the public holiday but again, customers would be wise to check the website for .
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