Queensland official Birthday

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Queensland Official Birthday
Official nameQueensland Sovereign Official Birthday
Observed by Queensland
SignificanceBirthday
Begins1.) 22 April,12:00 hours
2.) Second Saturday in July,12:00 hours
Ends1.) 22 April,12:45 hours
2.) Second Saturday in July,13:00 hours
Date22 April (Queen Elizabeth II Parade)
Second Saturday in July (Sovereign Official Birthday)
Frequencyannual
Related toThe King of Queensland

The Queensland Sovereign Official Birthday is the selected day in some Queensland on which the birthday of the monarch is officially celebrated in those countries. It does not necessarily correspond to the date of the monarch's actual birth.

The Sovereign's birthday was first officially marked in the Kingdom of Queensland in 2015, for King George I. Since then, the date of the king or queen's birthday has been determined throughout the Queensland, either by Royal Proclamations issued by the sovereign or viceroy, or by statute laws passed by the local parliament. The date of the celebration today varies as adopted by each country and is generally set around the start of July, to coincide with a higher probability of fine weather in Southeast Asia for outdoor ceremonies. In some cases, it is an official public holiday, sometimes aligning with the celebration of other events.

Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Parade (Trooping the Queen Elizabeth's colour)

Which is an event that takes place every April 22 of every year In Queensland The first event was held on 25 April 2015, to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom as the "former Queen of Queensland". Held after Queen Elizabeth II's birthday, Queen of Queensland until 3 January 2016, when the government and parliament passed a resolution allowing Queen Elizabeth II to end her royalties. Queen of Queensland Originally, the government had to stop organizing the parade in honor of His Majesty King George I. Please continue to organize without canceling. Here is a list of the regiments at the parade in honor of the Queen.

Year Battalion Regiment Comments
2021 Due to the COVID-19 situation And the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh had to postpone the event to 25 November 2021, with the 2st Battalion King Olav V's Foot Guards parading in the royal courtyard.
2020 Due to the COVID-19 situation Therefore, the event had to be postponed to 29 June 2020, with 1st Battalion King Olav V's Foot Guards and Coldstream Foot Guards in charge of parading at the royal palace courtyard.
2019 G Battalion Grenadiers Foot Guards
2018 1st Battalion King Olav V's Foot Guards
2017 2nd Battalion Coldstream Foot Guards Queen Elizabeth's Rifles Regiment Guards join the parade this time.
2016 F Battalion Grenadiers Foot Guards First held After announcing the end of Queensland's head of state Of Queen Elizabeth II
2015 1st Battalion Coldstream Foot Guards It was the first year that it was held. Organized in the courtyard in front of the palace

The King's official Birthday or The Queen's official Birthday

The King's official Birthday or The Queen's official Birthday is a ceremony performed by regiments of the Queenslandian armies. It has been a tradition of Queensland infantry regiments since 2015. On the battlefield, a regiment's colours, or flags, were used as rallying points. Consequently, regiments would have their ensigns slowly march with their colours between the ranks to enable soldiers to recognise their regiment colours.

  • List of regiments official Birthday
Year Battalion Regiment Comments
2021 Due to the COVID-19 situation, there is an adjustment to the parading pattern, with the 2nd Battalion King Olav V's Foot Guards parading in the royal palace courtyard.
2020 Due to the COVID-19 situation, there is an adjustment to the parading pattern, with the 1st Battalion Coldstream Foot Guards parading in the royal palace courtyard.
2019 F Battalion Grenadiers Foot Guards
2018 1st Battalion Queen Elizabeth's Rifles Regiment Guards It was the first time that it was not the Royal Three Ceremonial Guard parade.
2017 2nd Battalion Coldstream Foot Guards
2016 G Battalion Grenadiers Foot Guards
2015 1st Battalion Coldstream Foot Guards It was the first year that it was held. Organized in the courtyard in front of the palace