Goulburn Murray Water storages have suffered no damage from the earthquake which shook the region this morning.
In a statement the company said initial surveillance indicates that there has been no damage observed or reported.
They said additional surveillance was being undertaken at storages in line with Dam Safety Emergency Plans.
GMW Water Storages Services general manager Martina Cusack said the dams were designed to withstand these levels of earthquakes.
"We are doing additional surveillance as a precautionary measure and we are continuing to monitor events," she said.
Water NSW are also conducting dam inspections with no immediate concerns.
"WaterNSW has completed precautionary dam safety inspections at Hume, Blowering, Burrinjuck and Brogo dams, and Lake Cargelligo," Water NSW said in a statement.
"No issues or concerns have been identified.
"WaterNSW will continue to monitor and review the situation over coming days."
Australian Rail Track Corporation has made the decision to stop all rail services between Parkes, Cootamundra, Melbourne and South Australian border town Wolseley as a precaution until further notice after Wednesday's Victorian earthquake.
This includes the rail corridor to the South Australia border and the corridor between Cootamundra and Goulburn in NSW.
"Some trains are being held in the rail corridor while our teams inspect the network to ensure it is safe for operation. This includes the many structures that sit within our rail corridors," ARTC said in a statement on its Facebook page.
Albury Wodonga Health says both Albury and Wodonga Hospitals have "no evidence of building damage or impact to services" during todays earthquake.
No patients were evacuated, but some services were paused while the situation was assessed.
AWH staff continue to check on the welfare of patients.
The facilities management team will continue to undertake inspections across all sites.
Victorian Education Minister James Merlino confirmed at the state's daily COVID-19 update that semiologists have predicted aftershocks from Wednesday morning's earthquake could occur for several weeks.
The magnitude of the earthquake was downgraded from 6.0 to 5.8 and was followed by three aftershocks felt across Victoria and parts of NSW.
"The earthquake was 10 kilometres deep and this was followed by three aftershocks magnitude 5.5 at 9.40am, 4.0 at 9.55am and 3.1 at 10.15am," Mr Merlino said.
"Geoscience has confirmed there's a possibility we may receive further aftershocks and potential risk of further earthquakes.
"More aftershocks could occur for weeks, if not months.
Mr Merlino revealed Beechworth Hospital temporarily lost power during the earthquake.
Almost 50 damage reports have been received, most of which are minor, including to buildings in the Mansfield township which was near the epicentre of the quake.
Water NSW has sent staff to Hume Dam to check the weir wall for any damage related to the earthquake, but have reported no issues.
One the workers said he was on the dam wall during the time of the shake and couldn't feel anything at all.
"In line with established procedures, Water NSW is undertaking precautionary inspections on a number of its NSW dams, following reports of earth tremors in Victoria this morning," a Water NSW statement read.
"Specialist Water NSW personnel, including our on-site teams, are verifying the condition of a number of dams, including Hume, Blowering, Burrinjuck, Lake Cargelligo and Brogo dams.
"There are no immediate concerns."
The earthquake felt across the region saw Murrumbidgee Local Health District's hospitals enact their emergency management plans.
"No patient evacuations were required and there was no impact on patient care. Some services were briefly paused while the situation was assessed," an MLHD statement read.
"There have been no reports of damage from any of our facilities at this stage.
"Our asset management team will coordinate inspections of all facilities."
Wodonga woman Di Chandler and her friend Susie were having a coffee at Platinum Brew Cafe on Beechworth Road when they felt the tremor.
"You could feel the floor moving and the lights were swinging," Ms Chandler said.
"It was just so unusual, you were thinking 'what was that?' and then you realise it feels like an earthquake."
Susie said it brought back memories of her time living in New Guinea.
"It's been a while since I was up there, but we used to get them all the time," she said.
"It was something you got used to, it's a bit like living in New Zealand where there was shaking all the time.
"I have a friend in Mount Beauty and they said it was noisy and things were shaking. It was like a roar and the windows were really shaking.
"I was going to run outside, but I thought I'd stay inside because that's what we did when it happened in New Guinea."
Residents along the Border have been rocked by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake that last about two minutes this morning.
GeoScience Australia said the epicentre of the earthquake was in Gaffneys Creek, Mansfield Victoria.
The shaking and shuddering was felt in Albury Wodonga at about 9.16am.
Residents as far as Wagga, Walla Walla, Myrtleford, Tocumwal, Wangaratta and Jindera reported feeling the shake.
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The shaking was also felt in Melbourne.
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