By William Kulich. 19 June 2012, 9.22pm. Updated at 11.12pm, 11.29pm and 11.59pm.
A magnitude 5.3 earthquake has hit south of Trafalgar, creating shockwaves felt across the state.
Geoscience Australia (GA) reports the quake was 10 kilometres below the surface and located near Childers, south of Trafalgar.
GA initially reported a 5.5 magnitude quake occurring five kilometres below the surface between the towns of Narracan, Thorpdale and Delburn.
[[Click here to get free updates from The Warragul Citizen on Facebook, or choose another free subscription option from the website sidebar.]]
Geoscience Australia describes the quake as significant.
The quake occurred at 8.53 PM and Warragul residents report feeling a minor tremor shortly before the larger one hit.
A spokesperson for the State Emergency Service has told The Warragul Citizen there have not been any calls for help from Warragul and neighbouring towns
Locals are reporting light damage, including broken glass and china.
Did the earth move for you too? Tell us your earthquake stories on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/warragulcitizenStay updated with The Warragul Citizen: Via email (recommended). Via Facebook.
Share this article: