Two people were on-board a seaplane which reportedly crashed during takeoff at a popular tourist destination.
On Thursday, Queensland Police confirmed two people were involved in the aircraft incident at Jumpinpin, Stradbroke Island.
Queensland Police told NCA NewsWire they had responded to calls just after midday that the plane had gone down.
Two people were involved in a seaplane crash in Jumpinpin.
A police spokesperson said the two people on-board were safe and well and managed to escape injury.
Queensland Ambulance service confirmed they’d received calls relating to the matter, but were stood down.
#BREAKING: A seaplane has crashed into the water in Jumpinpin after taking off this afternoon.
The plane is currently upside down in the water.
More to come.#9Newspic.twitter.com/Z3VrRqGq5k
— 9News Gold Coast (@9NewsGoldCoast) January 26, 2023