Australia's total solar eclipses in 2023, 2028, 2030, 2037 & 2038. When & where & how to see them.

Annular Solar Eclipses in Australia during the 21st century

During an annular solar eclipse the Moon's shadow doesn't reach the Earth's surface because the Moon happens to be too far away from Earth at the time. So in the path of an annular eclipse, you will see the Moon blocking most of the Sun's disc but leaving a ring of sunlight still visible. Outside of the eclipse path you will only see a partial solar eclipse.

You will need eye protection at all times when viewing an annular solar eclipse. Your camera will also need protection at all times.

Australia sees seven annular solar eclipses between 2001 and 2100 (local dates):

Australian annular solar eclipses in the 21st century