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Old Jul 10th 2011, 1:08 am   #1
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I'm glad Brisbane hasn't seen any seismic activity yet.
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I'm glad Brisbane hasn't seen any seismic activity yet.
Unless you count the one at Somerset Dam a week or so ago.......


http://www.ga.gov.au/earthquakes/sta...quake-activity is another good source for Aus quakes.
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Unless you count the one at Somerset Dam a week or so ago.......


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Cool. Didn't know about Somerset one.

Glad most seem to be far away.
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Cool. Didn't know about Somerset one.

Glad most seem to be far away.
Somerset one here - Baby earthquake at Mt Mee
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Somerset one here - Baby earthquake at Mt Mee

Probably just the ground burping or a few rocks falling down Mt. Mee after my motorbike ride.
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