Holidaymakers in Bali have been woken by a powerful magnitude 5.3 earthquake.
The quake struck in waters about 70 kilometres south of the popular Indonesian island, the US Geological Survey reports.
According to Geoscience Australia, the earthquake could have been felt up to 219 km away, with dozens of people taking to social media to share their experiences.
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“Bed shaking. Awoken by 5.3 earthquake in Bali. Strong enough to get me to a doorway,” one person wrote on Twitter.
“Yes we got woken by it in Seminyak. Never been in an earthquake before so difficult to compare, but strong enough for the bed to shake and wake us,” commented another.
At this stage, there have been no reports of any damage.
The Bureau of Meteorology has also confirmed there is no tsunami risk for Australia.
— jasperianaussie (@jasperianshirl) November 14, 2018
An earthquake woke us up just mins ago. We went straight to the lobby to see if there was a tsunami warning ⚠ We only took our passports coz if something happens, at least they can identify us😅. #Bali
— cuddlemesideways (@FaithEsera) November 14, 2018
— clo✌ (@chloeefrostt) November 14, 2018
— ashley cooper (@ashleycooperxo) November 14, 2018
— Cindy Lugten (@clugten) November 14, 2018
Eeeep just jot woken up by an earthquake in Bali, freaking out a bit, the whole room shaking and we are right on the beach in Sanur #baliearthquake
— Lindy Ralph (@lindyralph) November 14, 2018