A five.6 magnitude earthquake has been felt in Western Australia’s south-west area.
The Joint Australian Tsunami Caution Centre detected the earthquake simply prior to 1pm native time on Sunday.
The WA Bureau of Meteorology stated the quake used to be centred close to Lake Muir.
There is not any tsunami danger to the Australian mainland, island or territories, the tsunami caution centre stated.
The Bureau of Meteorology stated forecasters operating in its West Perth headquarters felt the construction sway.
Jill Go, a Dardanup resident, informed the ABC she used to be looking at TV when she felt her area shaking.
“I believed ‘am I having a little of a giddy flip or one thing?’,” she stated.
“The ceiling lovers and the sunshine fittings had been all swaying. It handiest lasted for a 2d or so however sufficient the place you felt ‘what’s happening right here?’.”
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