“Black Saturday” can refer to several events throughout history, but it is commonly associated with tragic or catastrophic events.

The most widely known event referred to as “Black Saturday” is the devastating bushfires that occurred in Victoria, Australia, on February 7, 2009. These bushfires resulted in significant loss of life and property, with 173 people killed, thousands injured, and thousands of homes destroyed.

“Black Saturday” can also be used to describe other tragic events that occurred on a Saturday, or events marked by loss, tragedy, or disaster, regardless of the day of the week they occurred.