The man who shifted stones that were placed in the shape of an eel by Aboriginal people more than 1,500 years ago in western Victoria has apologised for his actions.
- Adrian says he hoped the stones can be restored
- Traditional owner John Clarke says he has had “horrible” conversations with elders as they processed the damage
- The head of a national native title body says the incident demonstrates the need for stronger heritage site protections
Lake Bolac resident Adrian, whose family owns…