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A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

Screenshot of Google Maps showing Cameron Corner Google Maps

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

Wikipedia Australia Timezones

A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

Google Maps

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

Wikipedia Australia Timezones

A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

Screenshot of Google Maps showing Cameron Corner Google Maps

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

Wikipedia Australia Timezones

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A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

https://maps.google.com.au/maps?ll=-28.99948,141.000102&spn=0.009421,0.014269&t=m&z=17Google Maps

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surveyor_Generals_Corner#mediaviewer/File:Australia-Timezones-Daylight.pngWikipedia Australia Timezones

A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

https://maps.google.com.au/maps?ll=-28.99948,141.000102&spn=0.009421,0.014269&t=m&z=17

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surveyor_Generals_Corner#mediaviewer/File:Australia-Timezones-Daylight.png

A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

Google Maps

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

Wikipedia Australia Timezones

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A fairly simple way (unless I'm misunderstanding the question) to get three celebrations would be to go to Cameron Corner in Australia, on the border of New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland:

https://maps.google.com.au/maps?ll=-28.99948,141.000102&spn=0.009421,0.014269&t=m&z=17

You would have your first midnight in NSW (in Australian Eastern Daylight Time), then 30 mins later step into SA for another midnight (in Australian Central Time), then finish with your final midnight 30 mins after that by stepping into Queensland (in Australian Eastern Standard Time).

You could also get three celebrations at two other corners in Australia (SA-Qld-NT and WA-NT-SA), but I think Cameron Corner is the easiest to get to (there's a 4WD track that goes to it and a nearby corner store).

Here's a nice map showing Australian timezones during the Austral summer, when some states have daylight savings time:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surveyor_Generals_Corner#mediaviewer/File:Australia-Timezones-Daylight.png