Missing bushwalker found safe near Baw Baw National Park
 Baw Baw News   By // 17:36, Sunday 22 October 2017

A bushwalker who did not return to their north east Baw Baw campsite yesterday has been found safe.

According to Victoria Police, fellow walkers raised the alarm when the 77-year-old failed to return to their campsite in Caringal after splitting from the main group at around 3pm.

Caringal is located south of the Baw Baw National Park, north of the Moondarra State Park, and east of Erica, Rawson, and Walhalla.


SES volunteers and police searched for the missing person last night and today, focussing on the Tyers Junction and the Eastern Tyers Walking Track areas.

The walker was found at 3.30pm today on Monetts Mill Road, Tyers Junction, not far from where they went missing yesterday.

They were checked by paramedics and have been reunited with the other walkers.

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