Vandals use power tools to scar sacred Sunshine Coast mountain in ‘disgusting act’

Vandalism at a sacred indigenous site in the Sunshine Coast hinterland has been labelled a ‘disgusting act’.

And the offenders could face fines of more than $500,000 plus two years in prison.

The attack took place inside the Glass House Mountains National Park, with a short religious message carved deeply…

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