A regional town in Gippsland, Victoria has been rocked by a small earthquake.
The 3.3 magnitude quake hit the town of Foster, about 30 minutes southeast of Leongatha, at 12.15pm on Tuesday, according to Geoscience Australia.
The earthquake recorded a depth of 1km.
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According to Victoria SES, no injuries or damage have been recorded.
Some residents in Foster and the towns of Mirboo North, Lang Lang and Meenyian said they felt the small quake.
“For a few seconds it felt and sounded like it would if my kids were running around upstairs,” one person said.
“My windows started shaking and me and the cats were like, ‘what the hell?’,” another said.