I saw this percolating over the weekend and I see sites including Aero News have picked it up. Here's the lede from The Herald Sun:
THE Emirates jet that dragged its tail along Melbourne Airport last month was centimetres from crashing, with 225 passengers on board.
Several aviation sources have described the accident on March 20 as the closest thing to a major aviation disaster Australia has ever experienced and say the passengers and crew are lucky to be alive...
The plane -- carrying up to 215,000 litres of highly flammable aviation fuel -- was less than 70cm off the ground when it crashed through lights almost 200m from the end of the runway.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has placed it in the most serious category of aircraft mishap available to it -- an accident, rather than an incident...
The Aviation Herald has a thread on this with photos said to be of the aircraft's underbelly, and there's one comment from someone claiming to have been on board:
More at that site so check it out. This link to a similar account at The Australian includes a Sky News video brief.