It is the ultimate Australian dream: getting a glimpse of the heavens, but not seeing the sun rise until the very last minute of the day.
This has long been an Australian tradition.
It is a rare time in Australia when the sky actually opens and people are able to enjoy the sunrise.
But for a lot of Australians this is only possible at the peak of summer when the mercury is in the mid-70s or later.
And it is not for lack of trying.
In Victoria, the first Australians to successfully cross the Tasman Sea on foot were able to do it on the very same day that they first saw the sunrise, according to the Australian Geographic.
The Victorian Adventurers Association (VDAA) says it is only the first Australian holiday tradition that is successful.
But it is an Australian phenomenon that has been around for centuries.
Australian holiday traditions are not the same everywhere, and there are also variations in the ways in which Australians get to see the sun and get a glimpse at the sky.
Victoria, for example, has a long tradition of the first sunrise, with people coming up from the south at about 9:30am on the day of the event.
They then spend the day travelling from town to town, arriving at their destination around 2:00pm.
However, in some parts of the state it is more popular to visit the northern suburbs and start the day at the beach.
The first sunrise The first Australians who set foot on the Great Barrier Reef were probably fishermen who came up from Queensland in the 1840s.
In 1849 the Great Reef was visited by the first boat to cross it, the Queen Elizabeth, and in 1870, a boat from Tasmania was able to cross.
But many years after that, the Royal Australian Navy was able at least to get a few people to the Great Wall in the Southern Ocean.
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is also credited with first crossing the Great Pacific.
But by the late 1960s the reef had been lost to time.
Around the time of the 2010 Great Barrier Staircase Walk, it was estimated that there were between 5,000 and 7,000 Australians who were still trying to get up the ladder of Mount Kilimanjaro.
The most successful of the Australian holidays to reach the summit are also the ones that take place during the hottest part of the year.
On the Great Eastern Highway in Victoria, a few hundred kilometres south of Perth, people can visit the summit in a single day.
On June 2nd the day that the Australian flag is hoisted at the base of Mount Victoria, Australians from across the country gather to watch the sunrise over the top of the Great Island.
It’s a sight that few Australians have ever seen before, but is a sign of just how much the weather has changed.
In some parts the sky is so blue that people are advised to wear a yellow shirt for a long time, according the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
The weather changes The peak of the British Summer Solstice is in July and the peak for most Australians is in August.
This is when the sun is at its highest and it is a relatively calm time.
But during the winter months, the temperature drops and the sky becomes colder and colder, with highs in the low 70s to mid-80s.
This can be dangerous for anyone, including the elderly and the young.
In NSW, it can be even more dangerous, with a high risk of death for anyone under 50.
The Australian Astronomical Association has warned that the weather can change so quickly in Australia that it is virtually impossible to be sure what is happening.
The Australasian Meteorological Authority also says the sky can change colours, and that even if it is clear, it is difficult to see clearly with the naked eye.
It also says that the sky itself can shift, changing from yellow to blue or green.
Weather can also change during the year, with warmer, drier conditions bringing in warmer air, which can cause clouds and fog to form.
The sky can also darken over time, which in some places can be as much as five degrees.
In WA, for instance, a weather station at the town of Yambol, about 50 kilometres from Perth, was used in the 1980s to record the amount of light coming through the clouds and how much was reflected off the sun.
But that station was closed in 2012 because of a lack of funds and equipment.
Weather is always changing, but it can still be dangerous The Australian Weather Service also warns that conditions can change in Australia in a matter of hours, days or weeks.
“It can change over short distances in a short period of time,” it said in a statement.
“Some areas of the country will have sunny days and hot and dry nights, while other areas of Australia will see periods of sunshine, rain and cold.”
But there are ways to avoid the sun, such as wearing long sleeves and avoiding the sun at all costs.
For those travelling, there are several other ways to