The majority of Australians are about to say goodbye to lighter evenings and instead welcome more light at the start of the day, with daylight saving to come to an end on Sunday.
Clocks will go back an hour at 3 am on April 3, meaning many Aussies will get an extra hour of their weekend.
Clocks on phones and other digital devices will change automatically when the time change occurs, but manual clocks will need to be changed the old-fashioned way.
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is used in New South Wales, Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and Tasmania.
Western Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory do not use Daylight Saving Time.
Introducing daylight saving has been the subject of debate in Queensland for decades, with the most recent call for Queenslander to wind back their calls made last month.
The issue largely comes from the state’s size.
Daylight saving started back on Sunday, October 3 last year and is due to end on Sunday, April 3.
Daylight saving will begin again on Sunday, October 2.