Visible in its entirety for all of Australia. Greatest eclipse is the middle of the night, of course! At least it will probably be warm.
The key times for the lunar eclipse:
Penumbral eclipse starts – 12:14:58 UT
Greatest eclipse – 14:33:00 UT
Penumbral eclipse ends - 16:51:02 UT
This eclipse will have a magnitude of 0.9155. The start of the eclipse will not be visible to the naked eye. For about 30 minutes before and after the eclipse’s maximum, a light grey shading will be seen along the moon’s northern limb.
World Clock time converter
NSW/Vic/Tas are +11 hours; Qld is +10; SA +10.30; Darwin +9.30; WA + 8
Mr Eclipse (Fred espenak) Guide to Photographing Lunar Eclipses