The sky is offering all sorts of treats this week.

A rare line-up of planets is offering astrologists an exciting view, while early season snow continues to fall in the New South Wales Alps.

Ella Feinberg Large reports.


A taste of winter continues for south-eastern parts of Australia.

Fifteen centimetres of snow has fallen on the Snowy Mountain peaks over the past 36 hours.

Overnight temperatures in parts of the state dropped below zero, with similar conditions expected again tonight.

Star watchers are also being treated to an occurrence witnessed only every 50 or more years.

Venus, Jupiter, Mars and Mercury will form a line which will be visible around 5am before sunrise.

Look up into the eastern Australian skies tomorrow morning to see the rare astrology event.

Ella Feinberg Large, QUT News