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Currently displaying record(s) 1 to 11 of 11 earthquakes in the database.

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Magnitude UTC Sydney time Latitude Longitude Depth (km) Approximate location Solution finalised
7.8 26 June 1924 @ 01:37:34 26 June 1924 @ 11:37:34 -56.000 157.500 0 Yes
7.8 19 November 1906 @ 07:18:00 19 November 1906 @ 17:18:00 -22.000 109.000 60 Yes
7.4 12 April 2008 @ 00:30:16 12 April 2008 @ 10:30:16 -55.160 159.040 10 Macquarie Island. Nearest station MILA. Yes
7.3 29 April 1941 @ 01:35:00 29 April 1941 @ 11:35:00 -26.920 115.800 0 Meeberrie WA. Everingham et al (1982) revised the original isoseismal map drawn up at the Dominion Observatory from the newspaper reports Yes
7.2 03 September 1987 @ 06:40:11 03 September 1987 @ 16:40:11 -58.859 158.476 15 Yes
7.0 01 May 1951 @ 05:02:40 01 May 1951 @ 15:02:40 -50.630 149.030 10 South Tasman Rise? Not reported felt in Australia. Yes
6.9 03 September 1987 @ 08:01:34 03 September 1987 @ 18:01:34 -59.498 158.928 15 Yes
6.8 28 October 1951 @ 06:47:42 28 October 1951 @ 16:47:42 -58.000 158.000 0 Yes
6.7 22 January 1988 @ 12:05:00 22 January 1988 @ 23:05:00 -19.838 133.994 5 Tennant Creek NT Yes
6.7 24 March 1970 @ 10:35:17 24 March 1970 @ 20:35:17 -22.050 126.610 8 l Mckay WA. Fredrich, McCaffrey & Denham, 1988 obtained a solution is almost pure thrust faulting with a north striking fault plane, steeply dipping. Yes
6.7 14 October 1968 @ 02:58:50 14 October 1968 @ 12:58:50 -31.620 116.980 10 Meckering WA. Most damaging Australian earthquake to date. Isoseismal map drawn by Everingham who also mapped the 35 km long reverse fault. Yes
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Data retrieved: 25/10/2014 @ 21:31:55 (UTC)