Businesses in states where daylight savings is observed, and those trading within them, are being reminded that it will soon come to an end.
Daylight savings time will end this Sunday, 7 April — sticking with its usual pattern of reverting back by one hour in the early hours of the first Sunday of April.
As noted by the federal government’s official time zone website, at 3am local time this Sunday, clocks will revert back by one hour to 2am in NSW, Victoria, the ACT, South Australia and Tasmania, giving residents a so-called “extra hour of sleep”.
The change means that Australia will revert back to three time zones, rather than its current five, given that Queensland and the Northern Territory (as well as WA) do not observe daylight savings time.
Depending on the state and the date of Easter in a particular year, the end of daylight savings…
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