WA NewsEarthquake at Lake Muir shakes Perth and WAs South WestBen AndersonThe West Australian Friday, 9 November 2018 5:25AM Email Ben AndersonEarthquake shakes Perth and WA's SouthThe West AustralianPlay VideoVideoA 5.4 magnitude quake struck between Manjimup and Walpole just after 5amShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsLink IconAn earthquake has struck the South West on Friday morning.
Geoscience Australia confirmed the 5.4 magnitude earthquake happened at Lake Muir near Walpole at 5.06am.
The tremor follows a series of nine smaller rumbles from the region overnight, the largest of which was magnitude 3.6.
Camera IconThe earthquake shattered the exterior walls on this building in Kojonup.Picture: Parminder singh ManjCamera IconDamage to a fence in Kojonup.Picture: Parminder Singh ManjLoading content…Loading content…Manjimup resident Kent Roberts told 6PR he had never felt anything like it.
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