Yes, that was an earthquake you felt on Sunday morning
Geosciences Australia says its epicentre was beneath Mount Barker.
If you thought you felt an earthquake on Sunday morning, you weren’t alone.
A magnitude 3.8 tremor shook the Murraylands at about 7.20am.
Its epicentre was at Mount Barker, according to Geosciences Australia, at a depth of 10 kilometres.
A tremor of a similar intensity was recorded at Riverglades in 2017.
More information: earthquakes.ga.gov.au.
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