A small magnitude 3.2 earthquake has struck off the coast of Sydney.
The quake hit around 10.39am local time at a depth of 0km.
“Mag 3.2, Offshore Sydney, NSW. 17 Jul 2017 10:39 (AEST). Lat/Lon 33.98S 151.63E. Depth 0km. Info is preliminary,” Geoscience Australia tweeted.
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People in Sydney’s northern beaches reportedly felt a small tremor, with Geoscience Australia saying it “could have been felt by people up to 28km away”.
The Bureau of Meteorology confirmed there was no tsunami threat to Australia.
— BOM Australia (@BOM_au) July 17, 2017