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Daylight Saving Times In New Zealand

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  • New Zealand Time, New Zealand Time Differences

    Time New Zealand is one of the first places in the world to see the new day, 12 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). In summer New Zealand uses 'daylight saving', with clocks put forward one hour to GMT +13. Daylight saving begins on the last Sunday in September and ends on the first Sunday in

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter

    …product to offer on the planet! Daylight Saving Survey New Zealand Tourism Online would like to conduct some research into how the tourism industry thinks it would benefit from getting daylight saving extended through until the 2nd weekend in April. Currently it finishes in the 3rd weekend of March.…

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter

    …by Garry Bond, General Manager, New Zealand Tourism Online With Daylight Saving fast approaching again, New Zealand Tourism Online feels that overall the industry would benefit from extending the period through until the 2nd weekend in April. Currently it finishes in the 3rd weekend of March. TIANZ…

  • New Zealand Tourism Guide - Community and Environment

    …(more) * New Zealand Eco-Wise Travel Guide Help keep New Zealand free from pollution and waste. Here are some tips from the Ministry for the Environment on how to be eco-wise and leave gentle footprints when travelling in New Zealand... (more) * Extended New Zealand Daylight Saving Hours Don't…

  • Chatham Islands Regional Information & Travel Information

    …Chatham Islands Information Scenic coastline Local Time – The Chatham Islands is the first inhabited place in the world to see the rising sun each day. Local time is 45 minutes ahead of mainland New Zealand and observes the same daylight savings start and finish dates. Airport Transfers and…


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