Pakenham earthquake today: M2.2 earthquake felt across the eastern suburbs

July 29, 2020: An earthquake of magnitude 2.2 has been recorded near Pakenham, about 60 kilometres south-east of the CBD at 7:08pm local time, Geoscience Australia confirmed.

The earthquake tremor was felt by the residents across Melbourne's east.

The tremor was felt by hundreds of people across the eastern suburbs, from Nar Nar Goon to Croydon.

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