A magnitude 4.8 quake has been felt throughout the lower North Island.
It had its epicentre 10 kilometres southwest of Dannevirke and struck at a depth of 25 kilometres, about 4.37am this morning.
The official GeoNet website shows more than 2700 people have reported feeling the early morning shake.
An early wakeup call for many in the lower North Island. Our duty officer has reviewed that quake as a M4.8, 25km depth just south of Dannevirke. We've had over 2700 felt reports for that one #eqnz https://t.co/2YdpiH8vtB pic.twitter.com/SloY1iA8X0— GeoNet (@geonet) April 23, 2019
There have been no reports of damage.
Good jolt in Palmy just now. Glad our old house can sway. Gulp. How is everyone?#eqnz— Lorna Johnson (@lornaajohnson) April 23, 2019