DAYLIGHT SAVING: Sunday is the time to move your clocks forward.
DAYLIGHT SAVING: Sunday is the time to move your clocks forward.

Change your clocks before you go to bed Saturday night

TIME to change your clocks as daylight saving kicks in for several Australian states for the next six months.

Clocks need to be moved forward by one hour in NSW, Victoria, South Australia,Tasmania and the ACT at 2am on Sunday morning.  

For people living in Queensland, Northern Territory and West Australia, there is no change to their clocks. 

On Sunday April 7 next year it will be time again, this time at 3am, to move the clocks back on hour. 

It's at this time we realise just how many clocks we use in your everyday life. And then there are a few which we won't every remember we had until we find them among our clutter several months later.

In the meantime, the curtains will fade more, the milking cows will be confused and those people living on the NSW-Queensland will be even more confused as to which time is the right time. 


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