People who felt an earthquake that hit the NSW Snowy Mountains region said it was like the house being lifted.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.2 hit Jindabyne, in the state's south, on Wednesday at about 10.15am and had a depth of 10km.
A person in Dalgety, about 30 kilometres away, told the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre they experienced a "tremor then boom and house felt like it lifted".
Other locals reported they heard a "loud bang".
"Huge thunder-like noise then a rolling shake like a domino effect one side of the house to the other," one person reported to Volcano Discovery.
"Loud bang, earth tremors long tail of vibration. Felt like a blast," another in Jindabyne said.
A third added that it was a "short sharp shock, more like an explosion".
"Windows rattle followed by sound echo," they said.
There are no reports of any injuries or damage as a result of the earthquake.
The latest event comes after a 3.2 magnitude earthquake was recorded in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, on Tuesday.
The earthquake struck about 3.15pm (local time), with local Trish Devlin telling The West she had not felt a tremor that strong since a 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck the area in 2010.
"The whole house was shaking, all the cupboards and plates were shaking. I felt it right under my feet," she said.
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