A large section of an Australian beach has fallen suddenly into the ocean due to erosion.
The landslip, of around 300m wide, took place at Inskip Point in Queensland on Sunday.
It is the third incident of its kind in the area in recent years. In 2015, one swallowed a caravan, tents and a car.
Officials said no campers or property had been affected by the latest event. They urged people to avoid the area.