As we head into the warmer months, it’s that time of the year when clocks are changed forward 1 hour.
On Sunday 6 October, Daylight Saving will commence in NSW so before you go to bed set your clock forward one hour.
Did you know?
- New South Wales has been used for 53 years – first observed in 1917.
- Officially DST will begin at 2:00 am, Sunday morning.
- Sunrise will be later in the morning and sunset later in the evening.
- Evenings will have more light to enjoy those Summer days.
- The main purpose of DST is to make better use of daylight.
- The choice of whether to use DST in Australia is a matter for the individual states and territories.
- Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia do not observe DST.