Daylight Saving Time Ends on Easter Sunday
Daylight Saving Time is about to end on Sunday, April 4, in several places in Australia. At precisely three o'clock in the morning, the clocks will be set one hour backward to two o'clock. This means those living in NSW, South Australia, Tasmania, and Victoria need to adjust their clocks before going to bed on Saturday night.
Some people felt relieved after hearing the news that DST will soon end. This is because those who are living in border communities find challenges in dealing with two time zones. Some of them are too early or late for their appointments, while others have missed shop closing times because of the clock changes. Unlike the Northern Territory, Queensland, and Western Australia that don't observe Daylight Saving Time, those in border communities need to face the time changes.
The end of Daylight Saving Time will last until October 3 because a new time change will happen again. People have to be prepared with these time changes since their places still observe the yearly tradition. Though individuals under Daylight Saving Time have opposing opinions, what matters most is to equip oneself with the effects that DST could bring.