Magnitude 3.2 earthquake rocks the NSW Snowy Mountains – with locals hearing a huge ‘bang’ 



‘The house felt like it lifted’: Magnitude 3.2 earthquake rocks the NSW Snowy Mountains – with locals hearing a huge ‘blast’

A magnitude 3.2 earthquakes has rocked the NSW Snowy Mountains as locals report hearing a ‘loud bang’ before it felt like their homes were being lifted off the ground. 

The quake struck around 19 kilometres south of Jindabyne about 10.15am on Wednesday morning.   

‘Huge thunder-like noise then a rolling shake like a domino effect one side of the house to the other,’ one person reported to Volcano Discovery.  

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