Melbourne is supposed to be in for a visual treat tonight as the biggest supermoon of the century rises in the sky. Skies are currently cloudy, but if the weather clears – here’s where to get the BEST view of the biggest and brightest supermoon in nearly 70 years.
Tonight at 7:40pm, the moon is set to appear a whopping 14 percent bigger, and 30 per cent brighter than normal, so a PREMIUM position is essential for viewing this evening’s amazing astronomical phenomenon.
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According to nine.com.au, Williamstown and the western side of Port Philip Bay are where it’s at. These coastal locations are the best placed to welcome the moon.
Pack a jacket and get there!
Can’t get to the either of these spots?
Now’s the perfect time to sweet talk a friend who lives in one of Melbourne’s high rise buildings – preferably with a view that faces east.
We’re crossing our fingers and toes that Melbourne’s cloudy, cold weather will clear up in the next few hours!
Main Image: ABC
Source: Nine Elsewhere