The mornings are darker, the days are getting cooler... Daylight saving has started to feel like a burden rather than the fun fiesta it feels like in summer.
So when does daylight saving actually end?
Officially it ends at 3am on Sunday, April 5. That's tomorrow (or tonight for those who want to change the clocks before they go to bed).
And what does my clock do?
Your clock goes back one hour (meaning you finally get back that hour of sleep you missed out on last October).
Your phone and smart watch should change itself while you're sleeping. But if your house features an analogue clock, an old school digital clock or a watch that is not smart, you'll have to do the changing yourself, ditto your car.
After that the mornings will be lighter and the sun will be going down before you sit down for dinner.
If I Could Turn Back Time ...
This same period of daylight saving is observed in Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT.
Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory do not change their clocks.
NSW has had daylight saving each year since 1971.
When does daylight saving start again?
You don't have to worry about daylight saving again until Sunday, October 4, so we can talk more about that then.
In the meantime we want to know...
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