A pink supermoon dominated the sky above Australia on Tuesday night, the first of two spectacular moons in a month.
The moon wasn't actually pink, however, it appeared 17 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter.
Thanks to Mandurah Mail reader Malcolm Burton for sharing his photo.
This week, Peel residents have also been treated to some vibrant sunsets with the sky shining red before the supermoon on April 27.
This year Australians can see two supermoons, with another due on May 26.
The second is set to be even more amazing than the first one as it is a blood supermoon.
It will appear bright red and will happen during a partial lunar eclipse.
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