Antarctica’s weird time zones! The South Pole is located almost smack in the center of Antarctica.
That puts the continent on every line of longitude — and, in theory, in every single timezone.
But the extreme day-night cycles make that impractical, and thus time zones are often based on territorial claims. The result is that “many stations in Antarctica use the time of the country they are owned by or the time zone of their supply base (e.g. McMurdo Station and Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station use New Zealand time due to their main supply base being Christchurch, New Zealand). Nearby stations can have different time zones, because of belonging to different countries.” This page is made for people interested to know what time it actually is in Antarctica.