A 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck Australia's Victoria state late on Tuesday, with its epicentre near Moe, southeast of Melbourne.
The quake lasted about 60 seconds, but no major damage or injuries were reported, according to local media.
"It was like a truck come through the front window. The bar shook. We all just stood there, we didn't realise what was going on. But yeah, the bar shook and a couple of pots dropped over," said local resident Wayne Powell.
More than 40 aftershocks have hit the area, with officials saying it was the largest quake to hit the state in 30 years.