An earthquake has hit the Australian state of Victoria.
At around 9.15am on Wednesday a magnitude-5.8 earthquake was detected in the Alpine National Park. This is located near the small town of Mansfield.
Geoscience Australia said the quake originated at a depth of 10 kilometres.
It was originally reported as a magnitude-6 quake, but was downgraded shortly after.
The quake was felt heavily 190km away in Melbourne, where a number of city builds were damaged.
Victoria State Emergency Service has confirmed there is no tsunami threat following the quake.
A second magnitude-4 earthquake was recorded in the vicinity of the first about 15 minutes later at a depth of 12km.
Landslides have also been recorded in the state’s north-east alpine region.
So far, there have been no reports of serious injuries or fatalities as a result of the quake.