If you do not work in the public sector, then you should check your enterprise agreement for the specific clauses.
WHEN DOES DAYLIGHT SAVINGS END?
Daylight savings will end on Sunday 3 April at 0300. This means that at this time the clocks are wound backwards one hour to 0200 local standard time.
I AM WORKING NIGHTSHIFT ON SATURDAY 2 APRIL. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR MY PAY?
You must be paid for the actual hours worked at your ordinary rate of pay.
Example for a standard 10-hour night shift:
The employee therefore works 11 hours. The employee is paid 11 hours at their ordinary time rate of pay (including any shift penalties or allowances ordinarily payable in respect of this shift). No overtime is paid for the additional hour worked.