Daylight Saving 2017- Wind the clocks back as daylight saving ends for another year. Is it time for Australia to rethink daylight saving? Daylight Saving Is Ending And Here’s What’s Coming. If you’ve been noticing that your walks home from work have been getting noticeably darker, you know what’s coming (we’re just here to give you a gentle reminder).Daylight saving 2017 is about to come to an end.
AS the sun sets on yet another summer of daylight saving for half of Australia, the perennial issue — arguably one of the country’s most divisive — resurfaces. DON’T forget to wind back your clocks before going to bed tonight to enjoy an extra hour of sleep. Daylight saving comes to an end at 3am on Sunday so prepare for the days to feel shorter and the weather to become cooler.
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of advancing clocks one hour during the warmer months of the year. In Australia, it is observed in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory — and not observed in Queensland, the Northern Territory or Western Australia. Now the truth is out, the clocks will be coming back an hour early Sunday morning — in all parts of the state.