GET ready to wind back your clocks, because daylight savings is coming to an end.
Before you tuck the kids into bed on Saturday night, turn your clocks back one hour, as daylight savings will finish at 3am on Sunday.
Smartphones and computers are likely to update automatically but other devices like analog clocks, some cars, alarm clocks, or microwaves will need to be changed.
NSW will lose an hour of evening sunlight and gain an hour of morning sunshine when this happens.
Daylight savings will then kick back into gear on Saturday, October 3.
During World War I and World War II all states and territories had daylight saving by federal law.
In 1971, NSW formally adopted daylight saving.
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