In a series of earthquake diagrams, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (ABC) has just released an update on the latest earthquakes in Western Australia and South Australia.
The earthquake diagram released by the bureau shows that the number of confirmed earthquakes has increased from 2,826 in March to 3,972 in March, to 6,051 in March.
The largest recorded quake in the state is a magnitude 7.8 quake that occurred in the town of Goulburn on the Gold Coast, at 3:30pm on March 3.
It is the second largest recorded earthquake in the country, with the second biggest recorded earthquake occurring at the Goulberg, at 1:15pm on May 14, 2017.
In total, the number recorded in WA is about 1,000 more than in March and the most recorded earthquake occurred at Goulberton, at 12:18pm on April 30, 2017, the bureau said.
There were no immediate reports of injuries in the two most recent earthquakes, which occurred in Goulbert, at about 8:00pm on January 24, and Goulburton, about 12:20pm on February 10.
The first magnitude quake was recorded on March 2.