Earthquakes

This page just highlights events of interest. It is not a definitive list of Australian earthquakes, and it is only updated after final analysis is complete. For updates closer to real time (and weekly earthquake maps), please follow the links to our social media accounts on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook pages.
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EQ map Victoria

2024 February 9 @ 10:09pm AEDT, N of Temora NSW Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake was recorded approximately 20 kilometres north of the large town of Temora, and approximately 185 kilometres northwest of Canberra, ACT. This earthquake was reported felt by a couple of residents in the rural area near the earthquake epicentre. This event occoured following magnitude 1.9 and 2.5 earthquakes having been recorded in a similar location in the 36 hours previous to this event.

2024 February 9 @ 7:44pm AEDT, SW of Euroa VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 14 kilometres southwest of the large town of Euroa, and approximately 117 kilometres north-northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was reported felt by a couple of local residents. Two small aftershocks were recorded in the three hours following this event.

2024 February 9 @ 12:49am AEDT, Meeniyan VIC Magnitude 4.3
This earthquake was recorded approximately 4 kilometres northwest of the small town of Meeniyan in the Gippsland region, and approximately 121 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake has been widely felt in central gippsland reaching as far as metropolitian Melbourne and surrounds. A magnitude 2.4 earthquake just over 48 hours later has been the largest of 38 aftershocks that have been recorded so far.

2024 February 6 @ 12:15pm AEDT, E of Dumbalk VIC Magnitude 3.1
This earthquake was recorded approximately 8 kilometres east of the small town of Dumbalk in the Gippsland region, and approximately 134 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by residents in the nearby local towns of Dumbalk, Foster, Meeniyan and surrounding rural areas. Two small foreshocks with magnitudes 1.5 and 1.8 were recorded in the three hours preceding this earthquake.

2024 January 16 @ 3:56am AEDT, NNE of Aberfeldy VIC Magnitude 2.4 & 2.6
Twin events were recorded in a similar location to the January 15th earthquake. This earthquake was recorded approximately 11 kilometres north-northeast of the historic town of Aberfeldy, and approximately 130 kilometres east of Melbourne, VIC. The earthquakes were recorded 13 seconds apart with the magnitude 2.6 earthquake following the magnitude 2.4 earthquake.

2024 January 15 @ 10:33pm ACDT, Jamestown SA Magnitude 3.6
This earthquake was recorded approximately 5 kilometres northeast of Jamestown, and approximately 195 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA. This event was felt moderately-strongly by residents in Jamestown and surrounding rural areas, and felt as far away as neighbouring small towns of Peterborough, Splading, Hallett and Gladstone. A magnitude 1.7 earthquake 30 minutes after this event has been the largest aftershock recorded thus far, which was also reported felt by some close by residents.

2024 January 15 @ 9:04am AEDT, E of Benambra VIC Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake was recorded approximately 7 kilometres east of the small town of Benambra, and approximately 124 kilometres southeast of Albury/Wodonga.

2024 January 15 @ 2:04am AEDT, NNE of Aberfeldy VIC Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake was recorded approximately 10 kilometres north-northeast of the historic town of Aberfeldy, and approximately 129 kilometres east of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt by some rural residents in the region, two small aftershocks were recorded in the minutes following this event.

2023 December 25 @ 4:24am ACDT, ESE of Hallett SA Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 11 kilometres east-southeast of Hallett, and approximately 168 kilometres north-northeast of Adelaide, SA. This event was reported felt by some residents in the surrounding rural areas nearby Hallett.

2023 December 16 @ 12:32pm AEDT, E of Barmedman NSW Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake was recorded approximately 12 kilometres east of the small town of Barmedman in central NSW; and approximately 196 kilometres northwest of Canberra, ACT.

2023 December 11 @ 4:23am AEDT, Berridale NSW Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake was recorded near the small town of Berridale, approximately 122 kilometres south-southwest of Canberra, ACT. This event woke up and was reported felt by a number of residents in Berridale and surrounding rural areas. Seven aftershocks have been recorded, including a magnitude 1.8 seven minutes after this event; and a magnitude 1.4 approximately 90 minutes later. The largest aftershock was a magnitude 2.1 earthquake recorded on December 13 which was also felt by some local residents.

2023 December 8 @ 5:41am AEST, SE of Monto QLD Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 29 kilometres southeast of the small town of Monto, and approximately 322 kilometres northwest of Brisbane, QLD.

2023 December 2 @ 8:54pm ACDT, SE of Jamestown SA Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 15 kilometres southeast of Jamestown, and approximately 180 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA. This event was reported felt by a number of residents in Jamestown and surrounding rural areas. 

2023 November 22 @ 5:42pm ACDT, NW of Cowell SA Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 21 kilometres northwest of the small town of Cowell, and approximately 228 kilometres northwest of Adelaide, SA. This event was reported felt by a handful of rural residents in the area.

2023 November 22 @ 4:38am AEDT, SW of Uralla NSW Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 16 kilometres southwest of the small town of Uralla, and approximately 254 kilometres north of Newcastle, NSW. This event also woke up and was reported felt by a handful of residents in the local area.

2023 November 14 @ 4:00am ACDT, SW of Georgetown SA Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was recorded approximately 98 kilometres southwest of the small locality of Georgetown, and approximately 170 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA. This event woke up and was recorded as felt by a handful of residents in the local area.

2023 November 6 @ 6:45am AEDT, NW of Rushworth VIC Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake was recorded approximately 10 kilometres northwest of the small town of Ruushworth in central Victoria, and approximately 44 kilometres west-southwest of the regional centre of Shepparton. This earthquake was felt by some local residents in Rushworth and surrounding rual areas. A magnitude 1.4 aftershock was recorded in a similar location approximately one hour after this event.

2023 November 5 @ 6:51pm AEDT, Fosterville VIC Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake was recorded near the Fosterville Gold Mine, approximately 21 kilometres east-northeast of Bendigo; and 128 kilometres north-northwest of Melbourne, VIC. This event was confirmed by mine staff to be a mine induced seismic event and was felt by some residents in the local area nearby to the mine.

2023 October 30 @ 6:26am ACDT, SW of Riverton SA Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake was recorded approximately 9 kilometres southwest of the small town of Riverton, and approximately 80 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA. This event was felt by residents in Riverton, Saddleworth and surrounding rural areas. A magnitude 1.8 aftershock was recorded approximately one hour after this event.

2023 October 24 @ 11:38pm AEDT, WSW of Goodooga NSW Magnitude 4.0
This earthquake was recorded near the central NSW-QLD border approximately 26 kilometres west-southwest of the outback town of Goodooga; and approximately 601 kilometres west-southwest of Brisbane, QLD.  This earthquake was felt in the outback towns of Goodooga and Lightning Ridge, as well as other rural residents.

2023 October 22 @ 2:11am AEDT, W of Apollo Bay VIC Magnitude 5.0
This notable earthquake was recorded in the Cape Otway region of Victoria approximately 13 kilometres west of the small town of Apollo Bay; and approximately 163 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, VIC.  This earthquake woke up and was strongly felt by residents in the Cape Otway region, and was felt by residents as far away as Bendigo and metropolitan Melbourne. This is the largest earthquake recorded in Victoria since the September 22nd 2021 Woods Point earthquake; a magnitude 3.4 earthquake at 5:44am and a magnitude 3.7 earthquake at 1:17pm on October 23rd have been the largest of over 50 aftershocks that have been recorded thus far in relation to this event.

2023 October 12 @ 1:59pm AEDT, NW of Yanac VIC Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake was recorded approximately 44 kilometres northwest of the township of Yanac, and approximately 251 kilometres east-southeast of Adelaide, SA; on the edge of the Big Desert Wilderness Area near the SA-VIC border. One magnitude 1.6 aftershock was recorded 17 minutes after this event.

2023 October 7 @ 12:03pm AEDT, NNE of Bruthen VIC Magnitude 2.9
This earthquake was recorded north-northeast of the small town of Bruthen, and approximately 30 kilometres northeast of Bairnsdale in the eastern Gippsland region of Victoria. This earthquake was felt by many residents in Bruthen, Bairnsdale and surrounding rural areas; two small aftershocks were recorded in the minutes following this event.

2023 September 27 @ 6:58pm AEST, Zeehan TAS Magnitude 2.3
This earthquake was the largest in a swarm of earthquakes that have been located near the town of Zeehan, approximately 197 kilometres northwest of Hobart, TAS. Over 60 earthquakes have now been recorded in the area since September 24th, seven of which have been magnitude 2.0 or above.

2023 September 25 @ 4:29am AEST, W of Craigieburn VIC Magnitude 2.0
This earthquake was recorded in a similar location to the May 28th magnitude 4.0 earthquake, approximately 27 kilometres north-northwest of Melbourne, VIC; and is one of 56 earthquakes that have now been recorded in the vicinity since that date. This earthquake woke up and was reported felt by a number of residents close to the epicentre.

2023 September 9 @ 12:25am AEST, Menangle NSW Magnitude 3.5
This earthquake was recorded near Menangle on the fringes of metropolitan Sydney, aproximately 54 kilometres southwest of the Sydney city centre. This earthquake was felt by many residents in the nearby vicinity including some residents in the outer Sydney suburbs.

2023 September 6 @ 4:54am AEST, Offshore W of Arthur River TAS Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake was recorded approximately 105 kilometres off the western coast of Tasmania, and approximately 252 kilometres west of Devonport, TAS. A magnitude 2.0 earthquake was also recorded off the coast approximately 10 hours earlier.

2023 August 31 @ 2:12pm ACST, N of Hallett SA Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake was recorded approximately 14 kilometres north of the small town of Hallett; and approximately 184 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA This earthquake was felt by some residents on Hallett and surrounding rural areas.

2023 August 29 @ 1:41pm AEST, WSW of Cobar NSW Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake was recorded in outback central NSW approximately 97 kilometres west-northwest of Cobar, NSW; and approximately 597 kilometres northwest of Canberra, ACT. 

2023 August 25 @ 2:48am AEST, WSW of Bacchus Marsh VIC Magnitude 2.4
This earthquake was recorded approximately 13 kilometres west-southwest of the semi-rural town of Bacchus Marsh; and approximately 60 kilometres west of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by a number of residents in Bacchus Marsh and surrounding areas.

2023 August 24 @ 7:02pm AEST, Offshore E of Narooma NSW Magnitude 3.1
This earthquake was the largest of 5 events all recorded approximately 187 kilometers offshore of Narooma; and approximately 284 kilometres south-southeast of Sydney, NSW. The 4 events recorded within 2.5 hours after the earthquake ranged between magnitudes 2.0-2.4.

2023 August 22 @ 2:54pm AEST, NE of Woods Point VIC Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred approximately 13 kilometres northeast of Woods Point, approximately 129 kilometres east-northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This event is another aftershock of the magnitude 5.8 earthquake on September 22 2021, this event was felt by some local residents.

2023 August 14 @ 12:33am AEST, Maroota NSW Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake was was the largest of a number of events that have been recorded near the locality of Maroota/Wisemans Ferry, approximately 55 kilometres north-northwest of Sydney, NSW. This event was reported felt by some residents in the local area. Overall 19 events have been recorded in this vicinity since the beginning of August.

2023 August 9 @ 6:06am AEST, SW of Orange NSW Magnitude 2.8
This event was located approximately 22 kilometres southwest of Orange; and approximately 210 kilometres west of Sydney, NSW. This event has been reported felt by some residents in the local area.

2023 August 6 @ 5:34am AWST, NW of Ongerup WA Magnitude 5.3
This large earthquake was recorded approximately 23 kilometres northwest of Ongerup in southern WA; and approximately 309 kilometres southeast of Perth, WA. This earthquake was felt widely across southern WA including many residents in metropolitan Perth who were awakend by the earthquake,a nd as far away as main regional towns in Esperance and Kalgoorlie. It also caused plaster cracking and minor damage closer to the epicentre in nearby towns of Ongerup, Gnowangerup and other nearby rural areas. This was the largest earthquake recorded in the region since the magnitude 5.4 earthquake near Lake Muir in November 2018.

2023 July 10 @ 4:47pm AEST, SW of Loch VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred approximately 5 kilometres southwest of the small town of Loch; and approximately 89 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC.

2023 July 7 @ 3:44am AEST, SE of Montague Island NSW Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake was recorded approximately 8 kilometres southeast of Montague Island off the NSW south coast; and approximately 154 kilometres southeast of Canberra, ACT. This earthquake was felt by residents in the nearby coastal towns of Narooma, Tuross Head, Bermagui and surrounding rural areas.

2023 July 5 @ 1:26am AEST, Gembrook VIC Magnitude 1.9
This earthquake was recorded near the town of Gembrook, approximately 15 kilometres northeast of Pakenham; and approximately 56 kilometres east-southeast of Melbourne, VIC. This slightly shallower earthquake at approximately 4 kilometres depth was felt by many residents in Gembrook, Pakenham and surrounding semi-rural areas. A magnitude 0.8 earthquake was recorded in a similar location seven minutes later.

2023 June 30 @ 1:32am AEST, NE of Woods Point VIC Magnitude 4.7
This earthquake occurred approximately 11 kilometres northeast of Woods Point, approximately 126 kilometres east-northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This event was the largest recorded in the region since the magnitude 5.8 earthquake on September 22 2021 and was felt widely across central and eastern Victoria including metropolitan Melbourne, Geelong and to the Vic-NSW border. Over 1500 earthquakes have now been recorded in the area since the September 2021 earthquake.

2023 June 23 @ 1:44am AEST, W of Crookwell NSW Magnitude 3.3
This earthquake was recorded approximately 32 kilometres west of the town of Crookwell; and approximately 93 kilometres north of Canberra, A.C.T. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Crookwell and other surrounding rural areas.

2023 June 18 @ 2:05pm AEST, Douglas Park NSW Magnitude 3.1
This earthquake was recorded near Douglas Park on the outer fringes of metropolitan Sydney; approximately 55 kilometres southwest from the CBD area.  This relatively shallow earthquake was felt by a number of residents on the outer suburban fringes and nearby rural areas. A magnitude 1.4 after shock was recorder in a similar location approximately 16 hours later.

2023 June 8 @ 2:09am AEST, E of Grafton NSW Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake was recorded approximately 10 kilometres east of Grafton in northern New South Wales near the tiny town of Tucabia; and approximately 186 kilometres south of Gold Coast, QLD. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Tucabia, Grafton and surrounding rural areas.

2023 June 7 @ 10:13pm AEST, Offshore E of Cairns QLD Magnitude 4.2
This earthquake was recorded approximately 133 kilometres offshore east of the regional centre of Cairns in northern Queensland. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Cairns and other residents in smaller localities along the coastline.

2023 June 3 @ 12:03pm AEST, Mount Martha VIC Magnitude 2.4
This earthquake was recorded near the town of Mount Martha on the Mornington Peninsula, approximately 52 kilometres south of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake felt by residents in the local suburbs in and surrounding Mount Martha.

2023 May 30 @ 5:03pm AEST, Ferntree Gully VIC Magnitude 2.1
This earthquake was recorded in a similar location to the magnitude 2.3 earthquake on May 16, approximately 30 kilometres east-southeast of Melbourne, VIC; and was also felt by residents in the local suburbs in and surrounding Ferntree Gully. Ten earthquakes have now been recorded in this vicinity since May 16.

2023 May 28 @ 11:41pm AEST, W of Craigieburn VIC Magnitude 4.0
This earthquake occurred approximately 6 kilometres west of the suburb of Craigieburn, and approximately 27 kilometres north-northwest of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was widely felt through metropolitan Melbourne as far as Geelong and the Mornington Peninsula. A magnitude 2.8 aftershock was recorded exactly two minutes after this earthquake which was also felt by residents closer to the epicentre of both events. Over 50 further aftershocks have now been identified in relation to this event, further information regarding this earthquake can be found here.

2023 May 19 @ 11:02pm AEST, SE of West Wyalong NSW Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred approximately 16 kilometres southeast of West Wyalong; and approximately 216 kilometres northwest of Canberra, ACT. This earthquake was reported felt by a handful of residents in West Wyalong and surrounding rural areas.

2023 May 16 @ 11:15am AEST, Ferntree Gully VIC Magnitude 2.3
This earthquake occurred near suburban Ferntree Gully approximately 30 kilometres east-southeast of Melbourne. This earthquake has been reported felt by many local residents in the nearby suburbs to Ferntree Gully.

2023 April 17 @ 7:04pm AEST, SE of Walkerville VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred just offshore southeast of Walkerville near Cape Liptrap and Wilsons Promontory, approximately 156 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC.  This earthquake was felt by some coastal residents in Walkerville and Sandy Point as well as some Wilsons Promontory campers.

2023 April 11 @ 2:27am AEST, SE of Boort VIC Magnitude 3.5
This earthquake occurred approximately 16 kilometres southeast of the small town of Boort and approximately 203 kilometres northwest of Melbourne, VIC.  This earthquake woke up and was felt by a number of residents in Boort and surrounding areas as far away as Bendigo.

2023 April 2 @ 10:06am AEST, W of Dungog NSW Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake occurred approximately 6 kilometres west of the small town of Dungog and approximately 58 kilometres north of Newcastle, NSW.  This earthquake was felt by a number of residents in the surrounding areas as far away as outer suburban Newcastle.

2023 March 23 @ 9:53am ACDT, S of Yunta SA Magnitude 4.7
This earthquake occurred approximately 28 kilometres south of the small town of Yunta and located near the Pualco Ranges; approximately 248 kilometres north-northeast of Adelaide, SA.  This earthquake was reported felt widely by residents in SA as far away as suburban Adelaide.

2023 January 24 @ 6:45am AEDT, Mount Wills VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred near Mount Wills in the Victorian high country,  approximately 20 kilometres northeast of Falls Creek, and approximately 91 kilometres southeast of Albury-Wodonga. This earthquake was reported felt by some people staying at Falls Creek and residents in the nearby town of Mount Beauty.

2023 January 16 @ 5:37pm AEDT, SE of Frogmore NSW Magnitude 2.4
This earthquake occurred approximately 9 kilometres southwest of the town of Frogmore, and approximately 109 kilometres north of Canberra, ACT. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Frogmore and surrounding rural areas.

2023 January 15 @ 9:46am ACDT, Off Blanche Harbour SA Magnitude 3.1
This earthquake occurred off the coast of Blanche Harbour in the northern Spencer Gulf, approximately 20 kilometres south of Port Augusta, SA. This earthquake was felt by some residents in the surrounding rural area as well as some residents in Port Augusta.

2023 January 10 @ 2:01am AEDT, NE of Molong NSW Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred approximately 12 kilometres northeast of Molong; and approximately 226 kilometres west-northwest of Sydney, NSW.

2023 January 5 @ 5:02pm ACDT, Sheoak Hill SA Magnitude 3.4
This earthquake occurred near Sheoak Hill on the Eyre Peninsula, approximately 235 kilometres northwest of Adelaide, SA. This earthquake was felt by some residents in the nearby rural areas and as far away as the small towns of Cleve, Cowell and Kimba.

2023 January 1 @ 1:52pm AEDT, W of Jingellic VIC Magnitude 2.3
This earthquake occurred approximately 20 kilometres west of the town of Jingellic on the VIC-NSW border, and approximately 54 kilometres west-northwest of Albury-Wodonga. This earthquake was felt by some residents in the rural border localities.

2022 December 30 @ 6:46pm ACDT, Off Moana SA Magnitude 2.2
This earthquake occurred at the very southern end of Metropolitan Adelaide less than 3 kilometres off the coast of Moana, and approximately 33 kilometres southwest of Adelaide, SA. This earthquake was felt by some suburban residents in the local area.

2022 December 28 @ 9:40am ACDT, SW of Southend SA Magnitude 3.6
This earthquake occurred off the southern coast of SA, approximately 59 kilometres southwest of Southend; and 97 kilometres west-southwest of Mount Gambier, SA.

2022 December 26 @ 4:15am AEDT, SE of Bruny Island TAS Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred offshore of Bruny Island in southeast Tasmania, approximately 77 kilometres south-southeast of Hobart, TAS.

2022 December 24 @ 3:47am AEDT, WSW of Nietta TAS Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred approximately 7 kilometres west-southwest of the township of Nietta, and approximately 38 kilometres southwest of Devonport, TAS. This earthquake was felt by some residents in the nearby rural vicinity.

2022 December 24 @ 1:07am AEDT, SW of Swanpool VIC Magnitude 2.2
This earthquake occurred approximately 5 kilometres southwest of the town of Swanpool, and approximately 145 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Swanpool and surrounding rural areas.

2022 December 20 @ 8:19am AEDT, NE of Woods Point VIC Magnitude 3.4
This earthquake is one of over 1500 aftershocks that have now been recorded in the area since the magnitude 5.8 earthquake on 22 September 2021; and the largest aftershock recorded since in the area since that day. This earthquake was felt by residents in Woods Point and surrounding rural localities.

2022 November 22 @ 8:44am AEDT, SE of Ulladulla NSW Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred just off the NSW south coast, approximately 64 kilometres southeast of Ulladulla, and 143 kilometres south of Wollongong, NSW.

2022 November 8 @ 8:12pm AEDT, NNE of Foster VIC Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred approximately 8 kilometres north-northeast of the town of Foster, and approximately 140 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Foster and surrounding rural areas.

2022 November 5 @ 9:45am AEDT, SE of Frogmore NSW Magnitude 4.1
This earthquake occurred approximately 57 kilometres east of Young, NSW; and approximately 110 kilometres north-northwest of Canberra, ACT. This earthquake was the largest recorded in Southeast Australia in 2022 and was widely felt throughout the surrounding region as far away as some residents in Canberra.

2022 October 29 @ 5:47pm AEDT, NNE of Aberfeldy VIC Magnitude 2.9
This earthquake occurred approximately 8 kilometres north-northeast of the old mining town of Aberfeldy, and approximately 127 kilometres east-northeast of Melbourne, VIC, in the same vicinity to the Woods Point earthquakes. This earthquake was felt by some rural residents in the area.

2022 October 28 @ 5:20am AEDT, NW of Granville Harbour TAS Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred just off the coast of western Tasmania, approximately 67 kilometres northwest of Queenstown. A magnitude 2.7 earthquake was recorded in a similar area but further offshore on November 2nd.

2022 October 19 @ 9:01am AEDT, NE of Mansfield VIC Magnitude 3.6
This earthquake occurred approximately 10 kilometres northeast of Mansfield, and approximately 146 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was widely felt throughout Mansfield and surrounding rural areas. Two small aftershocks were recorded in the hour following this earthquake.

2022 October 19 @ 4:40am AEDT, Paxton NSW Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred close to the towns of Paxton, Ellalong and Millfield; and approximately 42 kilometres west of Newcastle, NSW. This event woke up and were felt by some residents in these small towns and surrounding rural areas.

2022 September 18 @ 5:41am AEST, Frankston VIC Magnitude 2.3
This earthquake occurred in suburban Frankston just south of the town centre and approximately 750m from the local high school. This slightly shallow earthquake, approximately 41 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC; was felt by many residents in suburban Frankston, adjoining suburbs and nearby semi-rural localities.

2022 September 17 @ 11:20pm AEST, E of Licola VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred near the township of Licola approximately 159 kilometres east of Melbourne, VIC. This event, which was located approximately 32 kilometres from the epicentre of the 5.8 Woods Point earthquake almost a year ago, was felt by some local residents in Licola and surrounding rural areas.

2022 September 7 @ 4:33pm ACST, W of Beachport SA Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake was the largest of three that were recorded in the vicinity approximately 27 kilometres offshore west of Beachport, SA; and approximately 306 kilometres south-southeast of Adelaide, SA.
A magnitude 2.1 earthquake was recorded just one minute after this event whilst a magnitude 2.5 earthquake was recorded in a similar location a couple of weeks earlier on August 22.

2022 September 6 @ 12:09pm AEST, S of Stanhope VIC Magnitude 3.3
This earthquake occurred approximately between the towns of Stanhope and Rushworth, approximately 41 kilometres west-southwest of Shepparton and approximately 146 kilometres north of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was widely felt in the local rural area and as far away as some residents in the Shepparton regional centre. A magnitude 1.8 aftershock was recorded the following day.

2022 August 19 @ 11:44pm ACST, Melrose SA Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred close to the town of Melrose, and approximately 57 kilometres southeast of Port Augusta, SA. This event was felt by some residents in Melrose and surrounding rural areas.

2022 August 12 @ 9:11am ACST, NW of Wilmington SA Magnitude 2.9
This earthquake occurred in the Mount Brown conservation park area approximately 16 kilometres northwest of Wilmington, and 21 kilometres east-southeast of Port Augusta, SA. 

2022 August 7 @ 1:44pm AEST, NW of Young NSW Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake was the largest of six earthquakes recorded in the Young vicinity on August 7; approximately 144 kilometres northwest of Canberra, ACT. Magnitude 2.0 and 2.1 earthquakes were recorded in the two hours preceding this event and three earthquakes of magnitudes between 1.0-1.6 in the 90 minutes afterwards. This earthquake was felt by some residents in the Young and surrounding rural areas.

2022 July 4 @ 1:17am ACST, SW of Chambers Gorge SA Magnitude 3.5
This earthquake occurred in the Flinders Rangers approximately 205 kilometres northeast of Port Augusta, SA; and was felt by some rural residents in the Flinders Rangers area.

2022 July 3 @ 6:29pm AEST, Off Flinders VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred near the Mornington Peninsula just offshore of Flinders and Shoreham; approximately 72 kilometres south of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by some local residents in the surrounding peninsula area and parts of nearby Phillip Island.

2022 June 6 @ 9:12pm AEST, NE of Korumburra VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred in the Gippsland area approximately 6 kilometres northeast of Korumburra, approximately 101 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Korumburra and surrounding rural regions.

2022 May 31 @ 1:25pm AEST, Mount Samson QLD Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake was recorded approximately 25 kilometres northwest of Brisbane and was felt by some residents in the local area and outer northern suburbs of Brisbane. 

2022 May 19 @ 8:56pm AEST, NE of Woods Point VIC Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake is one of over 1500 aftershocks that have been recorded in the area since the magnitude 5.8 earthquake on 22 September 2021; and the largest aftershock recorded since a magnitude 3.2 earthquake that was recorded on 3 February 2022.

2022 May 5 @ 3:28pm AEST, Douglas Park NSW Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred close to the town of Douglas Park, approximately 58 kilometres southwest of Sydney; and was felt by residents in Douglas Park and the surrounding areas and outer suburbs of Sydney.

2022 April 3 @ 8:08pm ACDT, E of Almerta Station SA Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred just south of the Flinders Rangers region of SA, approximately 75 kilometres east-northeast of Port Augusta, SA; and 294 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA.

2022 April 3 @ 1:32am AEDT, Werris Creek NSW Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred near Werris Creek, approximately 43 kilometres southwest of Tamworth, NSW; and 206 kilometres northwest of Newcastle, NSW. A magnitude 2.4 earthquake was recorded in a similar location 4 minutes after this event.

2022 March 29 @ 7:04pm ACDT, Mount Barker SA Magnitude 3.1
This is the largest earthquake that has been recorded in the Mount Barker area since the magnitude 3.7 earthquake on March 6. This event was felt solidly by residents in Mount Barker and immediate surrounds.

2022 March 20 @ 4:07pm ACDT, NW of Coober Pedy SA Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred in outback SA, approximately 126 kilometres northwest of Coober Pedy, SA; and 518 kilometres south of Alice Springs, NT.

2022 March 14 @ 10:19am AEDT, NW of Berridale NSW Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred near the Snowy mountains region, approximately 9 kilometres northwest of Berridale; approximately 114 kilometres south-southwest of Canberra, ACT. This earthquake was felt by some residents in Berridale and surrounding rural areas. 3 small aftershocks below magnitude 1.0 have been recorded in association of this event.

2022 March 12 @ 10:12pm ACDT, NW of Kia Ora Station SA Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred in the Pualco range region of SA, approximately 215 kilometres north-northeast of Adelaide, SA.

2022 March 12 @ 4:17am AEDT, Eildon VIC Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred on Lake Eildon approximately 3 kilometres northeast of the town of Eildon itself, approximately 105 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt in the town of Eildon and surrounding regions. A magnitude 2.5 earthquake was recorded in a similar location 27 minutes earlier at 3:50am

2022 March 11 @ 3:46pm AEDT, S of Montague Island NSW Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred just off the south coast of NSW, approximately 19 kilometres northeast of Bermagui; approximately 285 kilometres south-southeast of Sydney. 

2022 March 6 @ 7:20am ACDT, Mount Barker SA Magnitude 3.7
This earthquake occurred near the southwestern edge of the town of Mount Barker, approximately 3 kilometres from the city centre; and approximately 29 kilometres southeast of Adelaide, SA. This earthquake was well felt in Mount Barker and surround regions including Adelaide and surrounding suburbs. A magnitude 2.4 earthquake was the largest of 12 aftershocks that have been recorded thus far.

2022 February 26 @ 9:45pm AEDT, Korumburra VIC Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred in the Gippsland area approximately 2.5 kilometres northeast of Korumburra, approximately 102 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt well through the town of Korumburra and into the surrounding rural regions.

2022 February 24 @ 12:07am ACDT, Wirrabara SA Magnitude 2.9
This earthquake occurred near the Wirrabara Ranges and approximately 4 kilometres northwest of the town of Wirrabara itself, approximately 214 kilometres north of Adelaide, SA.

2022 February 16 @ 7:15pm ACDT, SW of Martins Well Station SA Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred in the Flinders Rangers region of SA, approximately 161 kilometres northeast of Port Augusta, SA.

2022 February 11 @ 12:04pm AEDT, NW of Benambra VIC Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred in the northeast high country of Victoria approximately 16 kilometres northwest of Benambra; approximately 102 kilometres southeast of Wodonga, VIC.

2022 January 25 @ 5:24am AWST, W of Wagin WA Magnitude 4.8
This earthquake is the largest of a sequence of earthquakes in the are that have been occurring in this area since the beginning of January. Other large earthquakes in this sequence include a magnitude 4.1 on January 5 and a magnitude 4.2 earthquake on February 1.  The main earthquake was felt all around the south-west corner of WA as far away as Perth itself, approximately 188 kilometres north-east of the epicentre. Earthquakes relating to this sequence are still occurring as of late March.

2022 January 8 @ 4:01pm AEDT, Douglas Park NSW Magnitude 2.3
This earthquake occurred close to the town of Douglas Park, approximately 58 kilometres southwest of Sydney; and was felt by residents in Douglas Park and the surrounding areas and outer suburbs.

2022 January 8 @ 2:23am ACDT, W of Moolooloo Station SA Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred in the Flinders Rangers region of SA, near Lake Torrens; approximately 176 kilometres northeast of Port Augusta, SA.

2022 January 6 @ 5:00am AEDT, Off Walker Island TAS Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred just off the north-western corner of mainland Tasmania, approximately 134 kilometres northwest of Devonport, TAS.

2021 December 28 @ 3:24pm AEDT, NE of Warragul VIC Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred approximately 13 kilometres northeast of Warragul, approximately 100 kilometres east-southeast of Melbourne, VIC. It was felt by residents in Warragul and surrounding rural areas.

2021 December 27 @ 3:34am AEDT, Muswellbrook NSW Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake occurred approximately 5 kilometres west of Muswellbrook in the Hunter Valley; approximately 107 kilometres northwest of Muswellbrook, NSW. It was felt by some residents in Muswellbrook.

2021 November 17 @ 8:17pm AEDT, Cape Woolamai VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred on the Southern tip of Phillip Island, approximately 90 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC. It was felt by residents on Phillip Island and nearby San Remo.

2021 November 15 @ 8:03pm ACDT, W of Booleroo Centre SA Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake occurred approximately 7 kilometres west of Booleroo Centre, approximately 65 kilometres southeast of Port Augusta, SA. It was felt by residents in Booleroo Centre and surrounding rural areas.

2021 November 13 @ 9:05pm AWST, NE of Marble Bar WA Magnitude 5.1
This earthquake occurred in the Pilbara region of WA approximately 18 kilometres northeast of Marble Bar, approximately 1260 kilometres north-northeast of Perth. It was felt strongly by residents in Marble Bar and felt broadly in the wider Pilbara region.

2021 November 5 @ 7:04pm AEDT, Off Rosebud VIC Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred just offshore of Rosebud, approximately 60 kilometres south of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake was felt by residents in Rosebud and surrounding suburbs on the Mornington Peninsula.

2021 November 3 @ 5:13am AEDT, S of Jamieson VIC Magnitude 2.9
This earthquake occurred approximately 16 kilometres south of Jamieson, approximately 118 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This earthquake, which was close in proximity to the Woods Point earthquake was felt by residents in both Jamieson and Woods Point.

2021 October 29 @ 8:55pm ACDT, Lock SA Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred approximately 6 kilometres west of the township of Lock, approximately 228 kilometres southwest of Port Augusta, SA. A magnitude 2.9 earthquake was recorded in a similar location approximately 23 hours later. Both events were felt by local residents in the township of Lock.

2021 October 21 @ 10:10am AEDT, SE of Wanaaring NSW Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred in rural north-western NSW, approximately 200 kilometres northwest of Cobar, approximately 764 kilometres northwest of Sydney, NSW.

2021 October 10 @ 10:43am AEDT, N of Swansea TAS Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred on Tasmania east coast, approximately 17 kilometres north of Swansea, approximately 118 kilometres northeast of Hobart, TAS.

2021 October 9 @ 3:47am AEDT, SSE of Murrayville VIC Magnitude 4.7
This earthquake occurred approximately 26 kilometres south-southeast of Murrayville in the Big Desert Wilderness area; and approximately 9 kilometres from the SA state border. This event was widely felt both in VIC and SA as far away as Adelaide and Mildura. 30 Aftershocks have been located in relation to this event.

2021 September 22 @ 9:15am AEST, NE of Woods Point VIC Magnitude 5.8
This earthquake occurred approximately 15 kilometres northeast of Woods Point, approximately 130 kilometres east-northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt widely across metropolitan Melbourne and the entire state of Victoria; and as far away as Adelaide, Hobart and Sydney. Over 1500 aftershocks have been now been recorded, the largest of which was a magnitude 4.2 just over 15 minutes after the mainshock. Further information about this event can be found here.

2021 September 1 @ 6:35am AEST, W of Arthur River TAS Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred off the west coast of Tasmania approximately 66 kilometres southwest of Smithton, TAS; and 162 kilometres west of Devonport, TAS.

2021 August 18 @ 5:01am AECT, Melrose SA Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred approximately 6 kilometres southeast of Melrose, and approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Port Augusta, SA. Two magnitude 1.8 aftershocks were recorded at 5:06am and 5:10am.

2021 July 27 @ 2:51pm AEST, Off Cape Otway VIC Magnitude 2.6  
This earthquake occurred near Cape Otway off the southern tip of Victoria’s west coast, approximately 19 kilometres southwest of Apollo Bay and is likely related to the magnitude 3.8 event on June 23rd. A magnitude 2.5 earthquake was recorded in a similar location a short while earlier at 1:49pm. 

2021 July 26 @ 10:36pm AEST, Nepean Dam NSW Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred near the Nepean Dam, approximately 2 kilometres southeast of Yanderra, approximately 30 kilometres northwest of Wollongong, NSW.

2021 July 7 @ 6:33pm ACST, Kangaroo Island SA Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred on Kangaroo Island, approximately 29 kilometres west of Kingscote, approximately 140 kilometres southwest of Adelaide, SA.

2021 July 3 @ 3:28pm AEST, Epping VIC Magnitude 2.4
This earthquake occurred in metropolitan Melbourne, approximately 3 kilometres west of Epping, approximately 19 kilometres north of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt in the surrounding area.

2021 July 1 @ 5:55pm AEST, Woodside VIC Magnitude 3.4
This earthquake occurred in South Gippsland, approximately 7 kilometres east of Woodside, approximately 190 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC.

2021 June 25 @ 4:30am AEST, NE of Broken Hill NSW Magnitude 3.6
This earthquake occurred in outback New South Wales, approximately 48 kilometres northeast of Broken Hill, NSW.

2021 June 23 @ 5:09am AEST, Off Cape Otway VIC Magnitude 3.8
This earthquake occurred near Cape Otway off the southern tip of Victoria’s west coast, approximately 20 kilometres southwest of Apollo Bay, approximately 175 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt in the surrounding area. A magnitude 3.3 aftershock was recorded at 5:23am and a magnitude 2.5 aftershock was recorded at 5:24am (AEST).

2021 June 14 @ 9:44am AEST, N of Wonnangatta VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred near Wonnangatta, approximately 40 kilometres south of Bright, approximately 182 kilometres northeast of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt and heard in the surrounding area.

2021 June 7 @ 7:50am AEST, SE of Cape Otway VIC Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred off the Victorian coast, approximately 9 kilometres southeast of Cape Otway, approximately 170 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, VIC. 

2021 May 27 @ 10:46am AEST, Maldon VIC Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred approximately 5 kilometres south of Maldon, approximately 120 kilometres northwest of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt in the surrounding area.

2021 May 7 @ 3:03am ACST, SE of Yunta SA Magnitude 3.0
This earthquake occurred approximately 55 kilometres southeast of Yunta, approximately 270 kilometres northeast of Adelaide, SA. 

2021 May 5 @ 10:15am AEST, Jindabyne NSW Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake occurred near Crackenback in the NSW Snowy Mountains, approximately 7 kilometres southwest of Jindabyne, NSW, approximately 140 kilometres southwest of Canberra, ACT. This event has been felt in the surrounding area.

2021 April 28 @ 8:20am AEST, N of Nerriga NSW Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred north of Nerriga in southeast New South Wales, approximately 45 kilometres southeast of Goulburn, NSW, approximately 100 kilometres northeast of Canberra, ACT. A magnitude 2.3 aftershock was recorded just 2 minutes later.

2021 April 20 @ 9:56pm ACST, Carrieton SA Magnitude 2.8
This earthquake occurred in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia, approximately 6 kilometres southeast of Carrieton, approximately 80 kilometres east of Port Augusta, SA.

2021 April 16 @ 12:44am AEST, NE of Dumbalk VIC Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake occurred northeast of Dumbalk in the South Gippsland region of Victoria, approximately 25 kilometres east of Leongatha, approximately 135 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, VIC. This event was felt in the surrounding area.

2021 April 15 @ 7:22pm ACST, NE of Witchelina Station SA Magnitude 3.2
This earthquake occurred northeast of Witchelina Station in the remote north of South Australia, approximately 35 kilometres southwest of Marree, approximately 285 kilometres north of Port Augusta, SA.

2021 April 3 @ 9:23am AEDT, NW of Packsaddle NSW Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred in remote rural New South Wales, approximately 25 kilometres northwest of Packsaddle, approximately 165 kilometres north of Broken Hill, NSW. 

2021 March 30 @ 4:42am AEDT, S of Muswellbrook NSW Magnitude 3.4
This earthquake occurred in the Upper Hunter Valley, approximately 10 kilometres south of Muswellbrook, approximately 105 kilometres northwest of Newcastle, NSW. This event was felt in the surrounding area.

2021 March 23 @ 12:43am AEDT, SW of Muswellbrook NSW Magnitude 2.9
This earthquake occurred in the Upper Hunter Valley, approximately 10 kilometres southwest of Muswellbrook, approximately 110 kilometres northwest of Newcastle, NSW. This event was felt in the surrounding area.

2021 March 16 @ 11:34pm AEDT, ESE of Lakes Entrance VIC Magnitude 2.7
This earthquake occurred off the east Victoria coast, approximately 25 kilometres east-southeast of Lakes Entrance, approximately 290 kilometres east of Melbourne, VIC. 

2021 February 7 @ 8:41pm AEDT, Muswellbrook NSW Magnitude 3.4
This earthquake occurred in the Upper Hunter Valley, approximately 10 kilometres south of Muswellbrook, approximately 105 kilometres northwest of Newcastle, NSW. This event was felt in the surrounding area.

2021 January 26 @ 7:51am AEDT, Balmoral VIC Magnitude 2.5
This earthquake occurred approximately 7 kilometres northeast of Balmoral, approximately 280 kilometres northwest of Melbourne, VIC.

2021 January 21 @ 10:03am ACDT, WNW of William Creek SA Magnitude 2.6
This earthquake occurred near the Oodnadatta Track and Lake Cadibarrawirracanna, approximately 70 kilometres west-northwest of William Creek, approximately 90 kilometres northeast of Cooper Pedy, SA.

2021 January 15 @ 7:58am AEDT, Glenorchy VIC Magnitude 3.7
This earthquake occurred near Glenorchy, approximately 18 kilometres northwest of Stawell, approximately 225 kilometres northwest of Melbourne, VIC. This event has been felt and heard in the surrounding area. A magnitude 2.6 aftershock was recorded on January 17th at 5:35am (AEDT).

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