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*26th: The '''[[Sydney]] to [[Hobart]] Yacht Race''' [http://rolexsydneyhobart.com/] begins at 1pm
 
 
*22nd: Christmas Raceday at Kyneton District Race Club - For pre-sold tickets and more information please visit [http://triplehillabs.com.au/racing/christmasraces/  Country Racing - Kyneton Races]
 
*22nd: Christmas Raceday at Kyneton District Race Club - For pre-sold tickets and more information please visit [http://triplehillabs.com.au/racing/christmasraces/  Country Racing - Kyneton Races]
  

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  • 25th: Christmas Day - one of the biggest Christian holidays of the year. Although it has lost its religious significance for many, Christmas is still observed as a public holiday in most Western countries, traditionally a day for families and friends to get together and exchange presents
  • 26th: Boxing Day, a public holiday in many Commonwealth countries.
  • 26th: The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race [1] begins at 1pm
  • 31st: New Year's Eve

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