Turn your clocks forward this Sunday.
Turn your clocks forward this Sunday. Brett Wortman

Turn your clocks forward on Sunday

Daylight saving begins in NSW on Sunday, at 2am when clocks should be put forward one hour.

Daylight saving will end on Sunday, April 6 2014, at 3am when clocks are to be put back one hour.

Daylight saving is held from the first Sunday in October until the first Sunday in April in all Australian states and territories except Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory where daylight saving is not observed.

Further daylight saving information is available at http://www.lawlink.nsw.gov.au/cru.



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