The Hobart Mercury reported "chaos" in Sydney in 1960, caused by the Chilean tsunami.© equipped
The Hobart Mercury reported “chaos” in Sydney in 1960, attributable to the Chilean tsunami.

A tsunami triggered by a significant earthquake in New Zealand’s south may attain Sydney in two hours and trigger harbour currents to succeed in speeds as much as eight metres a second, in keeping with new modelling to be printed on Tuesday.

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Any tsunami that reaches Sydney is unlikely to have the partitions of water seen in Hollywood movies, however a big once-in-every 5000 12 months occasion would trigger whirlpools in…

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