Two helicopters collided Monday over an Australian beach.

Passengers in one of the aircraft were injured, police said as per Associated Press.

One helicopter managed to land safely after the collision near Main Beach.

The beach is located on the Gold Coast, about 45 miles south of Brisbane in Queensland state.

A famous tourist destination in the country, the area experiences its busiest month in January, when Australians are most likely to take vacations.

According to the local reports, four people have been killed in the accident.

The authorities closed the theme park Seaworld Drive, which leads to the crash site.

The collision happened around 2 p.m. local time near the popular tourist strip of Main Beach.