Police in New South Wales are looking for a missing camper who disappeared more than a week ago in a dense brush

The desperate search for a vanished caravan continues for more than a week in Bushland, as the family reveals its frantic last call

  • Damien Roadley, 38, disappeared in NSW Bushland more than nine days ago
  • The last of 38 years was on a camping trip overnight at Blue Knob Mountain
  • He called his family worried about a wildfire before disappearing

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Greta Levy for Daily Mail Australia

The desperate search continues for a camper who disappeared more than a week ago when the police found their equipment abandoned in a dense jungle.

Damien Roadley last contacted his family during an overnight trip on Blue Knob Mountain, north of New South Wales, on August 1.

Police said the 38-year-old man made a frantic phone call to his family and nothing was heard from him since.

Damien Roadley (pictured) disappeared more than a week ago during an overnight trip at the top of Blue Knob Mountain in northern New South Wales

Damien Roadley (pictured) disappeared more than a week ago during an overnight trip at the top of Blue Knob Mountain in northern New South Wales

Damien Roadley (pictured) disappeared more than a week ago during an overnight trip at the top of Blue Knob Mountain in northern New South Wales

When he called his family, he was worried about a wildfire, police said.

He was reported missing when he did not return home the next day.

Emergency services that include the police dog squad, Westpac Helicopter, SES and the Voluntary Rescue Association are involved in the ongoing search.

Mr. Roadley was wearing a gray T-shirt, a green hoodie, a pair of jeans and hiking boots when he disappeared.

The police are asking anyone with information about the missing man to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

Agencies such as the police dog squad, Westpac Helicopter, SES and the Voluntary Rescue Association participate in the continuous search

Agencies such as the police dog squad, Westpac Helicopter, SES and the Voluntary Rescue Association participate in the continuous search

Agencies such as the police dog squad, Westpac Helicopter, SES and the Voluntary Rescue Association participate in the continuous search

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