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Would it be easier for you if all States of Australia were on the same Time Zone?

By Glenda . Created on 03 Oct, 2021
Now that Day Light Savings has started in some States, do you think it would be easier if every State was on the same time? This would make it easier for doing business across borders; Calculating if it is a convenient time to call a friend; Less confusion for overseas visitors; etc. What's your thoughts?
Everything Else 139 votes | 27 Comments
YES !!!!

YES !!!!

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NO !

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NO !
David said 5 days ago
The eastern states should have synchronised times. It would be impractical for the central states and Western Australian to be on the same time as the eastern states.
NO !
Ecartar said 6 days ago
To do that the entire world's time zones would need to change as they are not based on the Longitude that any specific place is situated.
YES !!!!
Fiona said a week ago
This isn't very realistic, though , but if the Eastern states were the same, it would be great!
YES !!!!
Pr sampson said a week ago
It's crazy trying to remember when phoning in the morning
NO !
Ian said a week ago
My biggest gripe is getting a voice message stating that a business closes at 17:30 EST and I am phoning from Queensland when the message should be 17:30 ESDT and the business has been too lazy to change the message or forget people live in places other than Sydney or Melbourne.
NO !
Lee said a week ago
Each state can decide!
YES !!!!
Joshua said a week ago
always
Desley said a week ago
The whole of Australia can't be on the same time zone because of the sheer size of Australia. If all of Australia was on the same time, the sun would rise about 7am and set around 9pm. That is hardly fair for people in WA. I find it amusing that people seem to struggle to find out what the time in another state, just google it if you cant add or subtract the t...
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