Desperate search is launched after a family vanish deep in the Australian outback

Desperate search is launched after a family vanish during a road trip deep in the Australian outback

 A frantic search is underway for a family of four who went missing in the NSW outback on a long-distance road trip.

 NSW Police said the family left Noccundra Hotel on Warry Gate Road in Queensland between 12.30pm and 3pm on Sunday.

Darian Aspinall, 27, from Queensland, along with her two children Winter Bellamy, two, and Koda Bellamy, four, and the girls’ grandmother, 50-year-old Leah Gooding, were travelling in far western NSW when they disappeared.  

 They were heading to accommodation in Packsaddle, a remote township in Far West NSW.

Police have been told that this stop was part of their journey to Adelaide. 

Winter Bellamy, aged two and Koda Bellamy, aged four. Picture: NSW Police Force

Winter Bellamy, aged two and Koda Bellamy, aged four. Picture: NSW Police Force

However, when they did not arrive at the destination and could not be contacted, they were reported missing, sparking a police investigation.

Anyone who may have information is urged to contact Wilcannia Police Station on 8083 8099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

More to come. 

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