The iconic iconic Seascapes towering towers in Australia’s South Coast have fallen victim to a massive tsunami.
Officials say the towers, which were built in the early 1900s and serve as a warning to visitors and residents, could be damaged by the waves.
The Seascapede Towers are a landmark in the iconic South Coast region of Victoria, Australia.
The iconic Seascape Towers in Australia, Australia The iconic seawall towers of the Seaside Towers, in Sydney’s south.
(Facebook/ABC News)The powerful waves hit on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. local time, sending waves crashing through the towering structures, and toppling over the nearby Seascaping Towers.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service said the towers are located on the coast of the South Coast, on the NSW coastline between the NSW and Queensland border.
“These structures are a symbol of the beauty of the coastal environment and the unique and unique places that have been built over the years,” said the spokesperson for the agency.
The towers are part of the Australian National Parks National Historic Site, which dates back to 1872.
The massive waves also washed away some of the other structures on the coastline, but not the iconic towers.
The agency says the massive wave may also have damaged some of their foundations.
“The National Parks & Wildlife Service is aware of the serious damage to the iconic Seasteading Towers and are continuing to work closely with the local authorities to determine the best path forward for the remaining structures,” the spokesperson said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.