How to get the Australian Time Zone using Javascript

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I am trying to help a friend to get the Australian Time Zone for the University Assignment and finding difficulty. Could someone point us in the right direction? Thank you!

<script>
function Timezone() {
var x = new Date();
var currentTimeZoneOffsetInHours = x.getTimezoneOffset() / 60;
document.getElementById("add").innerHTML = currentTimeZoneOffsetInHours;
}
</script>

<p id="add"></p>

Jul 19, 2022 in Web Development by gaurav
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