There he received emergency treatment, reported The Australian.
A Queensland police spokesperson said the attack took place in Napranum, on the northwest coast of Cape York, Queensland, on July 1.
The boys, ages 10 to 13, will be treated under the Juvenile Justice Act, police said.
The alleged crime caused divisions in the small community and reopened injuries from another sexual offense 15 years ago.
In 2006, a 10-year-old girl was raped by nine men aged 13 to 25 in Aurukun, a city 40 kilometers south of Napranum.
A source told The Australian, “There are big arguments about how it happened.
“It creates big problems in the city. It is not the first time that this has happened. ”
After the 2006 sex crime, the men all pleaded guilty to numerous sexual offenses.
However, they avoided prison after the jury decided that the girl – who suffered from a mild intellectual disability – “probably agreed” to have sex with them.
The court also found that some of the perpetrators had themselves been “victims”.
According to court records reported by the Mail Courier, one of them had “poor school attendance records and had low levels of literacy and numeracy.
“He currently neither attends school nor a job. He has a criminal record or an addiction.
“His education was characterized by a lack of adult supervision. ”
Under Australian law, the police can use their discretion to decide whether to prosecute.
Children cannot be convicted of a crime if they are under 10 years of age.