I was surprised, because this is usually the colour of a fully eclipsed Moon, but that was not the case tonight. We have had no rain for months and it’s so dry that a lot of dust and bush fire particles are in the air; this is what is producing these unusual colours when looking at the Moon.
All the particles in the Earths atmosphere are refracting the bright reflective sunlight from the Moon. An hour later, when the Moon was higher in the sky it became its usual silvery light of a full Moon :-)
Images taken with a Canon 70D camera and my new Tamron 18-400mm lens set at 400mm and F6.3, with a mixture of exposures from 1/80th of a second to 1/320th second.