The ocean took another huge bite out of a popular beach at Inskip Point on the Sunshine Coast of Australia on Tuesday morning, this coming about five months after a similar but more destructive massive hole opened under a nearby camping site. This time the landslide didn’t cause any damage, occurring on a beach where a ferry from neighboring Fraser Island delivers cars and people.

The beach, located north of Noosa, began sinking into the ocean about 8 a.m. and continued receding until around 10:15 a.m., the Australian Broadcasting Corp. and 7 News reported. “The erosion has not affected any campsites and is not affecting access to the barge to Fraser Island,” a Queensland Parks and Wildlife spokesperson told ABC. READ MORE