The National Nut and Nut Day, which falls on July 12, is celebrated in a different way.
The National Cancer Memorial Day, as it is called, is an annual event to remember those who have died from the disease.
In 2016, the Australian Cancer Council said the date of National NutDay was a reference to the National Cancer Registry, which is the official repository for all known cases of cancer worldwide.
While the Cancer Council also celebrates Cancer Awareness Week in the UK, there are no such commemorations in Australia.
There is, however, a way to celebrate National Nut day.
And the idea is simple.
A woman wearing a hat with a green and white Nut symbol is pictured in a pub.
The symbol has become an iconic part of Australian culture.
Its a symbol of independence, independence from the rest of the world and an expression of how far we’ve come in the past decade.
This week we are celebrating the people who made this country great, as well as our nation’s great progress, in a number of different ways.
If you’d like to find out more about National Nutday and the Australian Breast Cancer Network, go to: http://www.nationalnutday.com.au/index.php/national-nut-day/national