Australia time zones depends on longitude and latitude: such a large continent experiences different time zones in his main areas.
From late March to early October, and from late October to early April Australia adopts the Daylight Saving Time, which further influences various time delays between cities.
Depending on seasons Sydney time zone will be different from Brisbane one, Melbourne time zone will be very different from Perth one, and so on.
The following map shows different Australian UTC in regular season (left) and in Daylight Saving Time (right).
Daylight Saving Time is active from the 1st Sunday in October to the first Sunday in April.
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