A powerful magnitude 6.6 earthquake has struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
According to Geoscience Australia, the quake struck 130km southeast of Banda Aceh around 9.00am AEDT at a depth of 20 kilometres.
Authorities said the quake could have been felt by people up to 836km away.
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There have been no reports of injury or damage.
The Bureau of Meteorology took to social media to reassure Australians that no tsunami threat was present.
— BOM Australia (@BOM_au) December 6, 2016