The Australian version of the Northern lights is Aurora Australis. The further down south, the better its chances of visibility, preferably if you’re in Tasmania. Within Melbourne, Rickett’s Point in Beaumaris, coasts close to Port Phillip, Werribee South, and Point Cook hold high chances of spotting the light. Other locations in Victoria include Point Lonsdale, Cape Schanck, Flinders, and Anglesea. Winter season, May to August or around the equinox, is the best time to spot this mesmerizing natural phenomenon.
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