It’s the issue that divides the country in every sense of the word, seeing as states like Queensland don’t even participate, but daylight savings is almost done for this summer.
Daylight savings ends this Sunday pic.twitter.com/5sd3GlzqPj
— Katie (@MoogleOGIory) April 4, 2019
People across much of Australia, including South Australia, will get a little extra sleep as the clocks are turned back this weekend, ending daylight saving.
Clocks go back at 3am on Sunday.
What? Daylight savings ends this weekend? Goodbye Summer, you were great pic.twitter.com/SGpN5Ho4Ly
— Brian White (@brianwhitenz) April 4, 2019
At that time the timekeepers will turn back the clock by an hour, so it would be 2am.
On Sunday, the sunrise will be an hour earlier than the day before, ensuring there will be more daylight in the morning.