Mother Nature claims half of the sand tip of Inskip Point

HALF of the sand tip of Inskip Point washed away Tuesday morning right in front of disbelieving fisherman.

Mother Nature flexed her muscles around 10am when the first section of the sand fell into the sea.

By noon the sand mass extending into the Great Sandy Strait was half its size.

It is usual for the sand mass at Inskip Pt to wash away and build up in differing weather conditions but this was the most significant event since a so-called "sink hole" in June, 2011.



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