A stretch of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast has been blanketed in the foam, swept ashore by the a tropical cyclone in the area.
The bizarre scene on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast was witnessed over the weekend after the north east of the country was hit by a cyclone.
Curious onlookers could only marvel at the shifting landscape of billowing bubbles with some wading in and posing for photographs.
In places, the wall of foam reaches three metres (9 feet) in height and covered entire roads, forcing police to direct traffic in the potentially dangerous situation.
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