A sinkhole has opened up on one of the most popular spots for boaties in southeast Queensland.
The sinkhole, believed to be about 100m long, swallowed part of North Stradbroke’s Jumpinpin beach on Wednesday.
Surf Life Saving Qld issued a warning for swimmers to stay away.
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“North Straddie sinkhole does not = good swimming hole! Stay well back from edge & remember to #swimbetweentheflags.”
— Surf Life Saving QLD (@lifesavingqld) November 25, 2015