A reminder that daylight saving starts in NSW this weekend.
Clocks move forward an hour on Sunday morning, October 3, with 2am becoming 3am.
With public health orders still in place, people are being asked to enjoy the lighter evenings responsibly to keep the community safe.
Most electronic devices automatically update to daylight saving time, but anyone with a manual clock or watch should wind it forward one hour before going to bed on Saturday night.
Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and the ACT will also be resetting their clocks, while there is no change to the time in Queensland, Western Australia, and the Northern Territory, where daylight saving time is not observed.
Daylight Saving Time is legislated in NSW under the Standard Time Act 1987 and applies to the whole of the state, with some special circumstances for Broken Hill and Lord Howe Island.
Daylight saving ends on Sunday, April 3 next year.
For more information visit www.justice.nsw.gov.au.