After weeks of being stuck at home, we’ve finally got an activity we can do right from our doorstep.

Tonight, parts of Australia will get to see an incredible phenomenon known as the ‘perigee-syzygy moon’ will look bigger, brighter and even have a tinge of pink!

Victorians will need to stay up to catch the sight this evening when it arrives around 11.22pm in Melbourne.

The next super moon won’t come around for another year, so hopefully, you’ll be able to make the most of it from the comfort of your own place.

Remember, checking out the Super Moon is no excuse to leave home in the middle of a pandemic.