SKYWATCHERS are being advised to get up early tomorrow morning (Tuesday) to view the stunning Pink Moon.

It is the biggest and brightest full moon of the year to date.

The first supermoon of the year will be visible in the sky throughout the night and is set to peak in the early hours of tomorrow.

The incredible spectacle is one of only two supermoons this year.

It will appear around seven per cent bigger and 15 per cent brighter than a typical full moon.

The best time to see it will be 4.31am tomorrow, when the side of the moon that faces towards us will be fully illuminated, appearing like a perfect circle.

But the full moon will be visible to the naked eye from this evening (Monday) - all we need is a cloudless sky.

The Pink Moon is one of only two supermoons this year.

The Pink Moon is so called because of a pink flower known as Phlox subulata—also called moss pink or moss phlox—that blooms throughout April.