Police are searching for a young family who went missing between QLD and Packsaddle, NSW while on a roadtrip


A family of four went missing while traveling from Queensland to New South Wales, prompting an urgent police call.

Darian Aspinall, 27, his two children Winter Bellamy, 2, and Koda Bellamy, 4, and their grandmother Leah Gooding, 50, were reported missing on Sunday.

Police said the family left the Noccundra Hotel in Queensland between 12.30pm and 3pm on Sunday and were heading to accommodation in Packsaddle, a remote township in Far West NSW.

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Their stop in Far West NSW was part of the family’s trip to Adelaide, according to police.

However, when the family did not arrive at their destination and could not be contacted, her disappearance was reported to the police, who opened an investigation to find out her whereabouts.

A family of four has gone missing while traveling from Queensland to New South Wales. Credit: New South Wales Police
Darian Aspinall, 27. Credit: New South Wales Police

It is understood they are traveling in a charcoal-burning Hyundai Tucson with Queensland registration 729CV2.

They are all described as Caucasian in appearance. Darian has dark brown hair, tattoos on his right arm, and wears glasses. The children have brown hair and blue eyes.

Anyone who may have information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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