Don’t forget Canowindra, it’s time for Daylight Saving

It’s that time of year, where we all lose an hour of sleep. Lovers of the outdoors, however, can rejoice with more sunny hours in the day.

Daylight saving begins in NSW on Sunday, October 7. 

Attorney General Mark Speakman reminded NSW residents that clocks move forward by one hour at 2am this Sunday, 7 October 2018.

NSW returns to standard time on Sunday, 7 April 2019 when daylight saving ends.

It was introduced during World War One to save fuel by cutting down on artificial lighting.