TWO earthquakes have hit the Manilla area and could be as far away as Barraba and Inverell this evening.
According to Geoscience Australia a 4.3 magnitude quake hit the area and was 17km deep.
The epicentre was roughly 20km west of Manilla.
Barraba, Gunnedah, Uralla and Inverell have all reported tremors in the area.
Phones at police stations across the region are running hot with inquiries.
Tamworth police said there was no damage or injuries reported as yet.
The State Emergency Service says they haven't received any call outs.
David Lane tweeted the Leader moments after the incident.
"Excitement in downtown Daruka ... House shook because of mini-earthquake. Glass doors shuddered, walls vibrated."
He said there were two tremors, the first at 9.30pm and the second a couple of minutes later.
People also were quick to comment on the Leader's Facebook page.
When we asked where people where when they felt the tremors a welter of locations were provided.
Stroud, Gunnedah, Walcha, Coonabarabran, Bundarra and Wee Waa were mentioned.
Tara Jane Fitzsimmons, who was in Hillvue, wrote on the Leader's page: "Thought someone was trying to break in at first. lol. Rang my step dad in south and my little brother yells out in the back ground "what the hell was that!" Lol! Bit of excitement for the town. Hopefully no damage or injuries."
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