A 3.8-magnitude earthquake has struck in southern NSW.
The quake, with an epicentre about 20 kilometres north of Boorowa, occurred at 7.16pm (AEST), Geoscience Australia said. The earthquake had a depth of 10km.
It follows a 5.3-magnitude quake on Tuesday near the Victorian town of Moe.
That tremor was felt in Melbourne. Boorowa resident Lyn Smith, a 39-year-old paramedic, was at home with her 12-year-old son watching television when she felt the quake for about 10 seconds. "The whole house shook," she said. "I was a bit more shocked trying to figure out what it was. "We grabbed on to the lounge and ran outside to see if anyone else felt it."