The moon will rise in the east at 5.22pm. At 6.51pm the eclipse will begin, with Earth's shadow starting to block light travelling from the sun to the moon's surface.
The moon, which will have red wavelengths from Earth's atmosphere scattered across its surface, will be fully eclipsed from 7.52pm until 9.23pm.Source: The Sun-Herald
Where the moon can be seen
I am excited and David will be taking a tripod to work :)
People get you cameras!