This Day in History: 1992-04-04

A Daylight Saving Referendum was held on 4 April 1992 in Western Australia. The polling booth in Toodyay was the CWA Centre, Stirling Terrace. It was the third of four such proposals which had been put to Western Australian voters, and followed a trial over the summer of 1991-1992.  The referendum failed to pass, with a majority of 53.14% voting against the proposal.

Toodyay herald, April 1992, p.1.
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