I live in Florida, and I was wondering what the time difference is between here and Australia. Thanks for your help in advance. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">
Dec 30th, 2001, 08:19 PM
I might be wrong on this, but if I remember correctly the time difference for me during when the Austrlian Open was being played last year, was 16 hours.
I am likely in the same time zone as you.
Dec 30th, 2001, 08:20 PM
Well it depends on which part of Australia you want.I'm pretty sure that from:
Florida to the east coast for example Perth is 13 hours
Florida to the central time zone for example Adeliede is 14&1/2 hours
Florida to west Australia where Melbourne or Sydney are is 15 hours
Hope this helps! <img src="smile.gif" border="0">
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Dec 30th, 2001, 09:01 PM
This week (Gold Coast) is 15 hours, but next week (Sydney) is 16 hours, coz daylight saving time in Sydney
Dec 30th, 2001, 09:34 PM
Am I correct that Eastern Standard Time is 16 hours from Melbourne, though?
Thats what I had it figured to be last year.
Dec 30th, 2001, 09:57 PM
Thanks, everyone. I was just wondering so I wouldn't be up all night looking for scores when they're not going to play until the next day!
Go Lindsay. 2002. <img src="redface.gif" border="0">
Dec 31st, 2001, 12:21 AM
This page might be a help:<br /><a href="http://speed.ewave.at/mauresmo/ubb/cgi-bin/worldtime.cgi" target="_blank">http://speed.ewave.at/mauresmo/ubb/cgi-bin/worldtime.cgi</a> (courtesy St. Gerd of Momosapia)
Dec 31st, 2001, 12:51 AM
Justin is correct (and Becca is,too). It's summertime in Sydney; so it is currently observing Daylight Savings Time. Therefore it's 16 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time.
This website adjusts for DST:
<a href="http://www.businesswindow.com/clock.shtml" target="_blank">Worldwide Time Zones</a>