Tremors were felt across Dubbo this morning following a 6.0 magnitude earthquake in Mansfield, Victoria.
The earthquake was registered almost 20 kilometres south of the regional Victorian town at about 9:15am, according to Geoscience Australia.
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The agency said the earthquake was 10-kilometres deep.
Across parts of Dubbo and Wellington, residents reporting their furniture and fixtures shaking, as well as windows rattling in their frames.
The Geoscience Australia website also shows stations recorded shocks as far away as Canberra, Tasmania, Alice Springs and New Zealand.
There are reports of building damage in Melbourne.
A second earthquake was measured 15 minutes later at the same location, this time at a magnitude of four.
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