We are looking for a bushwalker who was missing in Heathcote National Park on the southern outskirts of Sydney

Desperate search for female bushwalker who went missing in a national park near Sydney after calling triple zero

  • Chinese citizen was missing in Heathcote National Park in Sydney
  • The tourist called triple zero on Friday night at around 6 p.m. to say she was lost
  • Search started on Saturday morning but rescue workers still have not found her
  • Since then a command post has been established at Heathcote Rural Fire Station

We are looking for a bushwalker who was missing in Heathcote National Park on the southern outskirts of Sydney.

The woman, presumably a Chinese citizen, called a triple zero on Friday night to report that she was lost.

A search was immediately made in the 2250-hectare area, including Police Rescue, the dog unit, PolAir, the SES and local bushfire hunters.

We are looking for a bushwalker who was missing in Heathcote National Park on the southern outskirts of Sydney

We are looking for a bushwalker who was missing in Heathcote National Park on the southern outskirts of Sydney

The search was initially aimed at Gunners Cave, but the authorities could not find the missing woman.

Rescue workers called the search temporarily at 2.30 am when the temperatures fell to an ice-cold 1C at night.

The search was resumed on Saturday morning at 8 a.m.

The authorities have established a command post at Heathcote Rural Fire Station.

Rescue workers called the search temporarily at 2.30 am when the temperatures fell to an ice-cold 1C at night

Rescue workers called the search temporarily at 2.30 am when the temperatures fell to an ice-cold 1C at night

Rescue workers called the search temporarily at 2.30 am when the temperatures fell to an ice-cold 1C at night

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