An earthquake has struck just off the coast of southern NSW.
Government agency Geoscience Australia recorded the 3.2 magnitude earthquake at 7.44am on November 22 about 90 kilometres out to sea due east of Batemans Bay.
The quake had a depth of 10 kilometres.
There is no tsunami threat, according to Geoscience Australia.
According to Moruya's Claudia Ferguson it was loud enough to wake her up.
"It sounded like a jet flying overhead but then the rumble wasn't fading, so I assumed it was a mini earthquake," she said.
She tried, unsuccessfully, to wake her boyfriend.
"I can't wait to tell him it actually was an earthquake," she said.
It comes after a powerful earthquake killed more than 160 people in Indonesia's West Java province.
The epicentre of the 5.6 magnitude quake was near the town of Cianjur in mountainous West Java, about 75km southeast of the capital Jakarta.
The region is home to more than 2.5 million people.
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West Java governor Ridwan Kamil said on Instagram that 162 people had been killed and 326 were injured.
Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) still placed the death toll at 62 and rescuers were searching for 25 believed to be trapped under rubble and its spokesperson said the search would continue through the night.
More to come.
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