Huge chunk of Australian beach disappears overnight in pictures and video


A huge part of an Australian beach disappeared overnight (23-24 September, 2018). And experts say such 900 feet wide and 25 feet deep sinkholes will happen again since erosion will never stop in the area. The new ‘landslip’ occurred at Inskip Point, again!

And here a few pictures from above of this natural but dramatic phenomenon captured by Rainbow Beach Helicopter… Scary!:

Sinkhole swallows up beach at Inskip Point in Australia. Picture by Rainbow Beach Helicopter

The chunk of beach swallowed up overnigh measures 900 feet across and is 25 feet deep.

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The giant hole is 900 feet across and 25 feet deep. Picture by Rainbow Beach Helicopter

The sudden geological phenomenon wa striggered by waves and currents eroding the coastline.

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Waves and currents eroded the coastline and swallowed up this huge chunk of beach overnight. Picture by Rainbow Beach Helicopter

They really were lucky that this hasn’t happened during a busy sunny day.

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