If you are (or have been) reported missing?

Let someone know you’re OK and get in contact with your local police.

Going missing is not a crime. If you have been reported missing you’re encouraged to touch base with family and friends so they know you are safe.

To be removed from the Public Register you will need to make contact with your local police so they can verify your identity, and sight that you are safe and well.

Making contact with police does not mean you will need to physically return home, or make contact with family. Your right to privacy protects your right to not be in contact with family. For more information talk to your local police who can help you and provide guidance depending on your situation.

Bernie Tyson

Between 09:00am and 10:00am on Wednesday 16 October 2019 Bernie left his residence at House 3 Urapunga Community to go on his daily walk into nearby bushland. He was observed...

Missing Person Joao De Ornelas


Joao De Ornelas, then aged 76, was last seen at Tahunie Airwalk, Geeveston, Tasmania on 3 March 2010 at approximantely 2pm. A tourist from Sydney, NSW, he wandered off from his...

John Boyle

John Patrick Boyle was 26-years-old when he disappeared on 18 October 1969 while exploring Mount Anne in Tasmania’s Southwest National park with three male associates.

At the...

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