A group of fishermen have captured the chilling moment a massive great white shark circled their tiny vessel.
The great white swam around the frightened fishermen, who spotted its fin sticking out of the water from afar, near the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia on Wednesday morning, 7 News reported.
'That thing is bigger than the boat!' the video was captioned.
'Oh no, boys I'm getting out of here,' one fisherman was heard saying.
'That was a big bloody shark,' another was heard saying.
All of the fisherman are clearly made uneasy by the arrival of the massive shark, with nervous laughter heard in the background.
One of those fishermen was Jack Berry who said they were fishing 800 metres from the shoreline when the shark approached.
'Out of nowhere came this four to four and half metre great white shark, pretty inquisitive, wasn't overly aggressive and circled us for about five minutes maybe.
A number of people took to social media to share their thoughts on the video.
'I would have hung around, sharks are beautiful majestic creatures and the ocean is there home,' one user wrote.
'Just popping in to see how they were doing and to tell them to leave his food alone he has to eat as well,' another added.
Meanwhile, others were left unimpressed by the footage.
'Let us know when u see a shark shopping in Rundle Mall,' one user wrote.
'No problem, I be worried if it was circling my home,' another added.
In South Australia, since 1900 there have been a total of 103 shark attacks, 24 of which have been fatal - 23 of which occurred while the victim was in a boat.