This will also be the third month in a row in which the rare celestial event has occurred.
According to NASA, the full moon will be closest to Earth shortly after 10:30 p.m. (EDT) on April 7. Hence the term "Super Moon" which technically, has no scientific value.
What is a pink moon?
"According to this Almanac, as the full Moon in April and the first Full Moon of spring, this is the Pink Moon, a name that comes from the herb moss pink, also known as creeping phlox, moss phlox, or mountain phlox, which is native to the eastern United States of America and one of the earliest widespread flowers of Spring".
Called a "pink" moon, it will actually appear golden or yellowish and fade to white as the night progresses.
The Pink Moon is traditionally the fourth Full Moon of the year in April.
April's Full Moon is sometimes known as the Paschal Moon, the Sprouting Grass Moon or the Egg Moon.
Stargazing enthusiasts have been marvelling at the emergence of a pink supermoon in the night skies over the UK. In this way, the lunar phases would mark seasonal shifts. Areas in northeast and southern Alberta may not see much of the super moon due to cloudy conditions.
With recent COVID-19 lockdown restrictions Australians won't be able to travel to view the spectacle this year.
Despite its name, there is no actual colour change to the appearance of the lunar surface - it is a Northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower, which starts to pop up in the USA and Canada at the beginning of spring.
Astronomer Deborah Byrd of EarthSky.org said: "Just be aware that the Moon will look full for at least a couple of nights around the instant of Full Moon".
Planets Jupiter, Saturn and Mars will be visible in a lovely line for a week or so, from now until mid-April.
"On the 15th [of April] the moon is right next to Jupiter, on the 16th it's between Saturn and Mars - and that makes for a really nice appearance". Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.
It won't be the only unusual sight in the sky, depending on where you live. For the most accurate radiant direction, consult timeanddate.com's Interactive Meteor Shower Sky Map.