Bay crew searches for man missing in Murramarang NP

The Pretty Beach to Murramarang walking track where a Dutch tourist went missing on October 16.
The Pretty Beach to Murramarang walking track where a Dutch tourist went missing on October 16.

The Batemans Bay SES crew is searching for a bushwalker missing in Murramarang National Park.

A spokesperson from SES Illawarra South Coast said the team was working with police rescue and SES crews from Ulladulla and St Georges Basin in the search for the 50-year-old Dutch tourist.

Police said the man was reported missing at about 6.40pm on Sunday, October 16, after he failed to return to a campsite at Pretty Beach.

Moruya SES is also on standby. 

This is the second incident in the park within a week. 

A 14-year-old girl was released from Canberra Hospital after falling down an embankment in the park, north of Batemans Bay, on October 12. 

Last year, a young man sustained serious injuries after a fall at nearby Depot Beach.

The Pretty Beach to Murramarang walking track where a Dutch tourist went missing on October 16.

The Pretty Beach to Murramarang walking track where a Dutch tourist went missing on October 16.

The Pretty Beach to Murramarang walking track where a Dutch tourist went missing on October 16.

The Pretty Beach to Murramarang walking track where a Dutch tourist went missing on October 16.

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