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Magnitude UTC Sydney time Latitude Longitude Depth (km) Approximate location Solution finalised
6.1 02 June 1979 @ 09:47:59 02 June 1979 @ 19:47:59 -30.827 117.179 3 Cadoux, WA. Isoseismal Map in AGSO Atlas and surface faulting Yes
6.6 23 April 1979 @ 05:45:10 23 April 1979 @ 15:45:10 -16.660 120.270 26 Broome WA Yes
6.0 24 March 1970 @ 10:35:17 24 March 1970 @ 20:35:17 -22.050 126.610 8 West of Lake Mackay, WA. Fredrich, McCaffrey & Denham, 1988 obtained a solution is almost pure thrust faulting with a north striking fault plane, steeply dipping. Yes
6.5 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
6.3 29 April 1941 @ 01:35:39 29 April 1941 @ 11:35:39 -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
6.0 12 July 1934 @ 14:24:18 13 July 1934 @ 00:24:18 -15.000 112.500 0 Yes
6.6 16 August 1929 @ 21:28:23 17 August 1929 @ 07:28:23 -16.990 120.660 33 Offshore Broome, WA. Yes
6.2 08 February 1920 @ 05:24:30 08 February 1920 @ 15:24:30 -35.000 111.000 33 Offshore WA Yes
7.8 19 November 1906 @ 07:18:00 19 November 1906 @ 17:18:00 -22.000 109.000 60 Yes
6.0 15 December 1873 @ 04:00:00 15 December 1873 @ 14:04:52 -26.250 127.500 0 East of Warburton, WA. This earthquake was strongly felt by explorer Giles from whose account Everingham estimated an intensity of MM 7 and a nearby epicentre Yes
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Data retrieved: 27/05/2016 @ 12:27:58 (UTC)