In the lead up to Australia’s first full moon in decades, we’ve got a whole bunch of good things on the way, from big fireworks to an early dawn fireworks display.
And if you’re in Sydney, you can take advantage of a free, two-day Eclipse Day.
The event starts at 9am local time (6am UTC) and will run until 12pm local time at the Sydney Opera House.
That’s on the same day as the start of the new year.
The first sunrise of the eclipse will be at 5am local and will last about 45 minutes.
As you can see, the event has a big theme of excitement and anticipation, with a lot of fireworks going off.
But there are also some other events going on too, including a sunset fireworks display, a big-time dance party and the launch of a new solar observatory called the Solar Watch.
So which one is your favourite?
Let us know below.
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