Across the region people gathered to catch a glimpse of the super blue blood moon.
Unfortunately there was plenty of cloud cover to contend with across the Mid North Coast but that didn’t stop you sending your beautiful images into us (see them all in the gallery above).
Click the photo to see the best shots from across regional Australia and the world:
And then, just before midnight, anticipation built for the final piece of the much-anticipated triple lunar treat – a total lunar eclipse.
This lunar trifecta saw three separate celestial events - a supermoon, a blue moon and a full lunar eclipse - occur simultaneously.
The eclipse started around 11.50 with totality at around 12.30am.
As it turned out, it was Stargazers in Western Australia, who had the best views in the country