Rawson in eastern Victoria has been hit with a 3.4 magnitude earthquake. Picture: istock
Rawson in eastern Victoria has been hit with a 3.4 magnitude earthquake. Picture: istock

The earthquake that nobody felt

A 3.4 magnitude earthquake has struck a tiny town near Victoria's Baw Baw National Park overnight.

The quake occurred 10km underground at Rawson, about 180km east of Melbourne, shortly before 1am.

Victoria's State Emergency Service says no one reported feeling the quake in the tiny town, which has a population of just a few hundred people.



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