Many supermarkets will not open until after 1pm on Sunday across the country.
The Anzac Day public holiday is only observed in SA, WA, ACT and Qld. People in those states and territories will also experience store closures on Monday April 26.
Sunday: Many Woolworths stores will be closed or have restricted hours on Sunday, but customers are encouraged to visit the Woolworths website to check the opening hours of their local store.
Most stores in NSW, ACT and Vic will be open from 1pm, from midday in SA, and from 12.30pm in Tasmania.
Stores in WA and Qld will be closed.
Monday: Woolworths encourages customers to check opening hours in their local store by visiting their website.
Sunday: Coles stores will open from 1pm in NSW, ACT, Victoria, from midday in NT, and at 12.30pm in Tasmania.
All metro stores in Queensland will be closed for the day, but will vary in regional areas.
Most stores in SA will be open from midday, and metro stores in WA will be closed but will vary in regional areas.
Monday: Stores in NSW, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania will have normal trading hours.
Opening times for supermarkets in regional WA will vary and customers are encouraged to check the Coles website, but metro stores will be open from 8pm-6pm.
In SA, CBD stores will be open from 11am-5pm and metro stores will be closed.
Supermarkets in NT will b open from 8am-8pm, and from 8am-9pm in Alice Springs.
Sunday: Stores will be open in NSW, Victoria, WA, SA and NT, with customers encouraged to check the website for local store trading hours.
Bunnings will be open from 1pm-7pm in ACT, and from 12.30pm-6pm in Tasmania.
All stores will be closed in Qld.
Monday: Stores in all states will be open, but customers should check the website for the trading hours of their local store.
Sunday: Stores will open in NSW and ACT from 1.30pm. All stores in Tasmania and Victoria will open at 1pm, except Albury which will open at 1.30pm.
In WA, only stores in South Hedland, Karratha, Broome, Albany, Eaton Fair, Busselton will open from 1pm.
SA residents in Mount Barker, Port Lincoln, Victor Harbour, Murray Bridge, Port Pirie, Rundle Mall, Whyalla, Berri, and Port Augusta can visit Kmart from 1pm, while people in Mount Gambier can go from 12pm.
In the NT, Darwin and Coolalinga shops will be open from 1pm-7pm, while people in Alice Springs and Katherine can go to Kmart from 1pm-6pm.
Queensland stores will be closed.
Monday: Stores in all states will be open, but customers should check the website for details on their local store.