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Most recent Australian or Significant Global Earthquake
 Quake View Details  Magnitude 0.9, Lake Muir area,WA  Dist : 2772  Km
Recent Quakes by State  Click to view - Last - Australian - Earthquakes - by State  Recent Quakes by State
TAS COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 2.9, Offshore N of Hunter Island,TAS  Dist : 367.80  Km
NT COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 2.2, Near Katherine, NT  Dist : 3454.23  Km
WA COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 0.9, Lake Muir area,WA  Dist : 2772.29  Km
QLD COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 3.4, Haddon Corner, QLD  Dist : 1989  Km
SA COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 2.1, Burra,SA  Dist : 1234.95  Km
NSW COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 2.5, Orange,NSW  Dist : 1091.07  Km
VIC COA Quake View Details  Magnitude 2.6, SE of Tallangatta, VIC  Dist : 758  Km
 Earthquakes in last 7 Days ( Total for each Australian State )
 TAS :  2  WA :  90  SA :  3  NT :  0  QLD :  0  VIC :  0  NSW :  3

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