Canberra has been rattled by a magnitude 3.1 earthquake.
More than 200 people have reported feeling the earthquake in the nation's capital at about 10:05am on Friday.
The earthquake hit at a depth of about 10km in the northern suburbs near Forde, according to Geoscience Australia.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency says it is has had no callouts in relation to the shake.
But resident Kerry Sleeman Boudoir said it felt like her house was "going to explode".
"I felt it OK, I basically nearly jumped out of my seat, felt like the house in Forde (Mulligans Flat) was going to explode!", she posted on Facebook.
Another local reported feeling her office shake.
The earthquake comes on the back of a scorching hot week in Canberra, with maximum temperatures in the late 30s and early 40s throughout the week.