A 6.1 magnitude earthquake has struck off Australia's southern coast, according to Geoscience Australia.
The quake hit just before 7.00pm local time on Monday about 1700km off the coast of Queenstown in South Australia.
It was reported that the earthquake was 'potentially tsunamigenic,' but there is no longer thought to be a tsunami risk.
Initial information suggested the quake had a depth of 15km but the US Geological Survey put the quake at a depth of 10km.
It comes after another huge earthquake struck Western Australia three weeks ago.