We hate to break it to you but looks like summer in Sydney is nearly winding down. Although March 1 marks the unofficial end of summer, Sydneysiders have enjoyed a long streak of sunny beach days thanks to an enduring heatwave over the harbour city. According to the tracking site Time And Date, Sydney’s final 7pm sunset until later this year will happen this Saturday, March 25, meaning fewer hours of daylight per day.
On Saturday, March 25 the sun will set at 7pm and the next day, Sunday, March 26 it will set at 6.59pm. Daylight saving time will end on Sunday, April 2, drawing sunset times earlier by an entire hour. Following that, we’re in for a few months of early sunsets until at least October 5.
Despite the shorter and cooler days, there’s heaps on to get us excited for autumn and winter. Vivid Sydney is returning with a stacked program, Borealis in the Vines will take over Bowral for a stunning light display in the sky and Steve McCurry’s most extensive exhibition to date is making it’s way to Sydney.
In the meantime, there’s still some exciting events happening in Sydney this March, don’t miss out!