A magnitude-6.5 earthquake in the Indian Ocean has been felt across large parts of Western Australia.
The quake struck between Broome and Port Hedland at 1:39pm on Sunday.
The Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre website stated there was no risk of a tsunami.
Senior seismologist at the Government’s GeoScience Australia, Phil Cummins, said that aftershocks are to be expected.
He said it was difficult to tell when or how many might occur but said they would decrease in size and likely happen further apart.
Residents have reported feeling the quake across the Kimberley and down the coast as far as Perth.According to Geoscience Australia the quake was felt as far south as Esperance and as far north as Darwin.
There have been reports of minor damage to buildings around Broome, but no reports of major damage.
Earthquake felt in Broome and Northern WA. Some photos from the shops. pic.twitter.com/9m0sBQVx8J
— Dylan Storer (@StorerDylan) July 14, 2019