Melbourne Date and Time - Current



For the current local time in Melbourne - Victoria - Australia and shows the time difference between Melbourne time and other time zones.

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Melbourne Latitude [37° 49’ S.]

Melbourne Longitude [144° 50’ E.]

Melbourne located in Australian Eastern Time zone.

Melbourne Standard Time difference compared to UTC/GMT is +10 hours.

Melbourne Daylight Saving Time difference compared to UTC/GMT is +11 hours.

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Melbourne's Best Known Clocks:

- Nylex Clock - is one of the most significant neon sky signs in Victoria was built by Neon Electric Signs in 1961. The sign is visible across many suburbs due to its high elevation upon the No. 2 Cremorne Silos. Adam Dimech

- Flinders Street Station clocks - The Melburnian idiom "I'll meet you under the clocks" refers to the row of clocks above the main entrance is a popular meeting place, at the corner of two of the city's busiest thoroughfares. From Wikipedia

- Melbourne Central Clock - in Melbourne Central shopping centre plays the unofficial national anthem.

Honourable Mentions

- Dimmey's Clock - Richmond - Interesting because there are no numbers only the letters that spell Dimmeys Stores.
- Richmond Town Hall We grew up with this clock staring straight through our kitchen window as we lived directly opposite.
- Speaking Clock - Telephone 1194 and listen to Michael telling you the time.




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