Parts of Darwin have been evacuated after an earthquake rocked the city this afternoon.
Initial reports show a 7.2 magnitude quake struck in the Banda Sea, near Indonesia, shortly before 1.00pm.
Tremors were felt in Darwin’s Central Business District for around five minutes.
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Many buildings had to be evacuated, including hotels, businesses and schools.
The Bureau of Meterology in the Northern Territory says there is no threat of a tsunami.
No major injuries or damage to building have been reported yet.
Wow, that was quite an impact for #Darwin, hope everyone is safe. #EarthquakesGA #GeoscienceAus monitor earthquakes, @BOM_au issue the #Tsunami warnings (no threat from this one) https://t.co/RqzwjBIWh8
— Bureau of Meteorology, Northern Territory (@BOM_NT) June 24, 2019