Australians are being given the chance to be a part of history with the opportunity to name the country’s first lunar rover.

The Australian Space Agency, in partnership with NASA, is working to design and build and Australian-made rover.

It’s part of the Trailblazer program which will see the rover collect lunar soil in an attempt to extract oxygen from the soil.

It’s considered a key step towards developing a sustainable human presence on the Moon.

Australian Space Agency Communications Director Keegan Buzza told the ABC they want a name that’s ‘uniquely Australian’.

Enter the competition here.