Time zone changes often, so when you see the time on your phone you may have to go back to your home timezone or you may get confused and wonder what time it is in your home country.
To help you, here’s a quick look at some common times in Australia.
Australia time zone changesAs of today, the Australian time zone (time zone is used for both the Northern and Southern hemisphere) is now UTC +2, with a difference of about two hours.
That means if you’re in New Zealand and you want to know when it is, you’ll have to change your home city timezone to UTC +3.
This is not a problem if you live in a country that uses the Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), which is UTC +4 (UTC +6).
If you’re travelling across the world, you can change the time zone to another time zone in Australia to get the most accurate time.
In Europe, time zone is UTC -5.
This means when you get to Europe, it’s UTC +5, and if you are in Europe you can also get to GMT+2 or GMT+3.
It’s the same thing if you travel to South America or Asia.
For example, the time in South Africa is UTC+3 (GMT+4).
If we go to the UK, then we’ll get GMT+5.
The time zone difference is about 20 minutes in each direction, so the time change in the US is around 2 minutes.
However, for the rest of the world this is a very small difference.
When you’re at home, the change in time zone will be less than two minutes.
This gives you a much clearer picture of the time you’re using to work or study.