Posted on June 24, 2015
For most Australians the Aurora is an enchanting and enigmatic event known only to people in faraway lands.
Thanks to a solar storm erupting from the sun, Australia saw its second round of Aurora Australis night-time lights on Tuesday 23rd June 2015.
This spectacular display was best appreciated from the southern parts of Victoria and Tasmania, however, the rest of the Southern and Central parts of Australia also caught a glimpse of the preternatural beauty.
To catch a last minute gaze at the Aurora Australis speak to the experts on last minute holidays at Hightide Holidays on 1300 769 765.
See our Hightide gallery taken from Twitter and Instagram of the Aurora Australis below.
Auora Australais at Moonbah Hut Courtesy of Brett Smith
Auroa Australis - Courtesy of David Finlay via @ClearSkiesTV
Auroa Australis - Courtesy of News.com.au
Aurora Australias over Port Phillip Bay with no filter - Courtesy of @weatherchickiebabe
Auroa over Howden, Tasmania - Courtesy of @fimorley5
Aurora Australis on the Great Ocean Road - Courtesy of @travelflash
Aurora Australis over Bendigo, Victoria - Courtesy of @nonih13I
Aurora Australis over Redhead Beach Newcastle New South Wales - Courtesy of @gav_smith01
Aurora Australis over Bendigo, Victoria complete with moving stars and beautiful colours - Courtesy of @nonih13I
Aurora Australis over Southern Australia - Courtesy of Caitlin Gordon
Incredible display of the Aurora - Courtesy of @davidkingham
Photographer Caitlin Gordon captures amazing natural lightshow over Victoria