Think Anzac Day and think a national day of commemoration for lives lost and lives forever altered during conflict.
And although most years, Australians have the luxury of a long weekend, that's not so in 2020 - for most of us.
Anzac Day is "called" a public holiday, but as it is celebrated on April 25, and that this year, is a Saturday, you'll hardly notice you've got the day off to honour the sacrifice of those who have fought and fallen for our nation.
Of course, it wouldn't be Australia if there wasn't an exception to the rule. If you are living in the ACT or in Western Australia, Anzac Day is "Mondayised" and has been declared a public holiday.
It's going to be much the same deal next year, except Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory make Monday a public holiday if April 25 falls on a Sunday.
But wait ... the nation can collectively put its feet up after saluting our heroes in 2022, because April 25 will be a Monday.
Given the circumstances, it's probably fitting not to have a dedicated holiday on the Monday as this year's celebrations will be somewhat muted as social distancing and regulations regarding public gatherings will result in a more sombre commemoration.
Dawn services and marches have been cancelled, but RSL branches have urged people to stand at the end of their driveways or on balconies at 6am on Saturday to pay their respects.
A service will be broadcast live from the Australian National War Memorial in Canberra on the ABC from 5.30am.
Anzac Day, Saturday April 25, 2020
- NSW: No Monday public holiday
- Queensland: No Monday public holiday
- Victoria: No Monday public holiday
- Tasmania: No Monday public holiday
- South Australia: No Monday public holiday
- Northern Territory: No Monday public holiday
- Western Australia: Monday public holiday
- ACT: Monday public holiday