|2023 Date||22 June 2023|
|Australian & Common Holidays|
|Misc. & Int'l. Observances|
Winter Solstice History
Winter Solstice (Southern Hemisphere) is phenomenon where the Earth’s poles are tilted farthest away from the sun. Because of this, less sunlight reaches the earth, which causes us to experience the shortest days of the year. Winter Solstice is also known as hibernal solstice, and occurs twice a year in December and June.
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