Significant Indigenous site destroyed as landowner move stones for fire safety

Caleb Cluff
Updated April 7 2021 - 8:06am, first published 8:00am
Removed: The Lake Bolac stone arrangement (Kuyang) prior to its destruction over the Easter 2021 weekend. It was thought to symbolise an eel, an important Indigenous resource at Bolac. Picture: SGV.
Removed: The Lake Bolac stone arrangement (Kuyang) prior to its destruction over the Easter 2021 weekend. It was thought to symbolise an eel, an important Indigenous resource at Bolac. Picture: SGV.

A significant Indigenous ceremonial site in western Victoria has been destroyed after more than half of the Lake Bolac stone arrangement, thought to have existed for thousands of years, was removed over Easter.

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Caleb Cluff

Caleb Cluff

Senior Journalist, The Courier

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