This long weekend we will be once again proving that time is meaningless by bending it to the will of humans.
Daylight savings 2019-2020 is kicking off, and these are the details.
Queensland may be reluctant to get on board the Daylight Savings train, but with a University of Queensland-led study finding that adopting daylight saving time in South-East Queensland could help koala conservation, maybe it is time for a re-think.
Unlike last year, we will start controlling time in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and the ACT over the Labour Day long weekend.
At 02:00am on Sunday October 6 the time will jump forward to 03:00am. Daylight savings will then run until Sunday April 5 where at 03:00am the clocks will pop back to 02:00am.
Because many of us are slaves to technology at this point, your internet-connected devices should make these changes for you automatically, but best double check so you're not accidentally late for something.