It will be visible around New Zealand from 6pm when the Moon starts to move into the Earth's shadow and will be completely within the shadow by 7.06pm. Maximum eclipse would be at 7.46pm and totality would end at 8.23pm.
This was posted 4 hours ago through Yahoo.
Tonight, if the weather is clear, favorably placed skywatchers will have a view of one of nature's most beautiful spectacles: a total eclipse of the moon.
Earth's natural satellite will be immersed in the long, tapering cone of shadow cast out into space by the planet for a few overnight hours tonight (April 14) and into the wee hours of tomorrow morning (April 15). You can watch the lunar eclipse live on Space.com, courtesy of NASA, the Slooh community telescope and the Virtual Telescope Project.
This will be the first total lunar eclipse of 2014. Unlike a total eclipse of the sun, which often requires a long journey to the path of totality, an eclipse of the moon can usually be observed from one's own backyard. The passage of the moon through the Earth's shadow is equally visible from all places within the hemisphere where the moon is above the horizon. [How to Watch Tonight's Total Lunar Eclipse]