People in New Zealand and parts of Australia will get an additional hour to enjoy as Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends on Sunday, April 7, 2019.
Clocks in most areas will be set back one hour to standard time from 03:00 (3 am) to 02:00 (2 am) local time.
DST start in the US & Canada 2019
DST start in Europe 2019
Australia's Clock Changes
In Australia, DST is observed in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, and Victoria. Clocks in these areas will be turned back one hour.
On Lord Howe Island, which is situated in a rare half-hour time zone, clocks move back 30 minutes instead of one hour.
No DST in Parts of Australia
Northern and western parts of Australia do not use DST, so the clocks will not change in Queensland, the Northern Territory, and Western Australia.
The same is the case in the Australian dependencies Christmas Island, Cocos Island, and Norfolk Island.
Australia's time zones
New Zealand Ends DST
All of New Zealand, including Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington, use DST. Clocks will be set back by one hour at 03:00 (3 am) to 02:00 (2 am) local time.
The Chatham Islands, which are in New Zealand's second time zone, will change from 03:45 (3:45 am) to 02:45 (2:45 am) local time.
The New Zealand dependency Tokelau does not use DST.
Samoa Ends DST
Another country ending the DST period at the same time is Samoa, where clocks will be turned back from 04:00 (4 am) to 03:00 (3 am) local time.
DST around the world
When Will DST Start Again?
Daylight Saving Time in Australia runs from the first Sunday in October to the first Sunday in April each year. DST will start again on October 6, 2019.
In New Zealand, DST starts on September 29, 2019. Kiwis observe DST from the last Sunday in September to the first Sunday in April.
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