Melbourne earthquake: Dozens wake up to tremor

Melbourne earthquake: Dozens wake up to tremor

  • 2.2 magnitude quake rocks Melbourne 
  • No reports of damage recorded
  • Dozens of Melburnians felt tremor 

Dozens of Melburnians have been rattled by an early-morning earthquake. 

A 2.2 magnitude earthquake at 10km depth occurred at 4.29am Monday with an epicentre near Roxburgh Park in Melbourne’s north, according to Geoscience Australia data.

The impact was also felt in Meadow Heights, Craigieburn and Greenvale.

At least 28 Victorians reported feeling the tremor.

‘Here we go again,’ one person said, while another added: ‘another one? Jeez!’

Others revealed they were awake at the time but didn’t feel the tremor.

No reports of damage have been recorded, according to Victoria’s State Emergency Service.

The latest quake comes 31 days after the last one rattled the city felt in Bacchus Marsh, Melton, Narre Warren South and Geelong.