Vandalism at a sacred indigenous site in the Sunshine Coast hinterland has been labelled a ‘disgusting act’.
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is investigating the vandalism
The culprits could face fines totalling more than $500,000 and up to two years jail.
Traditional owners say the mountain is an extremely significant cultural site and the vandalism has left them heartbroken.
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…