When viewing this meteor shower from the Southern Hemisphere, look toward the constellation Aquarius, specifically close to one of its brightest stars, Delta Aquarii.
The Southern Delta Aquariid meteor shower is considered to have an above average number of meteors per hour. In this case, about 15 to 20 per hour, with a peak number of 18 to 20 per hour.
The bright, yellow meteors will be speeding along at about 41.1 kilometers (25.5 miles) per second.
Look for the meteors of the Southern Delta Aquariids in the pre-dawn hours. The radiant will be fairly high in the night sky.
Learn more about the Delta Aquariids (there is a Northern Delta Aquariids and a Southern Delta Aquariids) at Meteor Showers Online. A map of the night sky is also provided.
Page two concludes with the NASA Fluxtimator, a method to learn more about how many meteors you could possibly see per hour over your local night sky.