A light earthquake struck near Melbourne, Australia, but officials say there have been no reports of injuries or damage.

Geoscience Australia says the 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck 62 miles (100 kilometers) southeast of Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon. It had a depth of 11 miles (18 kilometers).

No tsunami warning was issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

It is the second earthquake to hit the region in two weeks. On March 6, a magnitude 4.7 tremor struck about 55 miles (90 kilometers) southeast of Melbourne, rattling buildings in Australia's second-largest city.

Australia's Seismology Research Center says it was unlikely Wednesday's quake would cause any significant damage.