An aftershock has hit Melbourne only two days after the city recorded a magnitude 4 earthquake.
The 2.3 magnitude quake was reported in Croydon about 5pm on Tuesday.
“We’re aware of a small earthquake near Croydon in Melbourne’s east about half an hour ago,” Geoscience Australia wrote on social media.
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“Compared to Sunday night’s, it was very small, with only 20 felt reports so far.”
As of Wednesday morning, more than 350 people have reported feeling the small quake.
Residents on social media claimed they felt the quake in the nearby suburbs of Kilsyth, Boronia and Belgrave.
“Felt in Kilsyth. It was very short. We heard a low rumble like thunder then brief weak shaking, lasted maybe 2-3 seconds,” one person wrote.
No injuries or damage from the quake have been recorded.
The earthquake, which rocked Melburnians on Sunday night, was originally reported as having a magnitude of 3.8 but has since been upgraded to 4.
The earthquake occurred at Sunbury at 11.41pm, had a depth of 3km and was felt as far north as Bendigo and as far south as Hobart.
Over 26,000 people reported they felt the quake.
No injuries or damage were recorded.
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