A hiker, who has been found dead, posted a number of selfies before he went missing in a state park in Victoria.
David Occhipinti, 35 of Noble Park, went missing on Sunday about 3pm after setting off on a walk through the challenging terrain of Werribee Gorge State Park.
He posted a series of chilling selfies on Facebook in the bushland before he went missing.
Emergency services hoped the photos would lead to finding the 35-year-old.
Police said Mr Occhipinti was familiar with the 10km circuit, which takes hours to complete.
During the search, Detective Senior Sergeant Deon Townsend-Booth said there were a “myriad of possibilities”.
“If he's injured that might be the case he might have found a way out another main road that's another possibility,” he said.
SES crews, police air wing and dozens of Mr Occhipinti’s family and friends scoured 500 hectares of bushland to find him.
His body was found at the base of the gorge on Monday, about 7pm.
Victoria Police will prepare a report for the coroner.
Officers said in a statement released on Monday evening: "Victoria Police would like to thank the large numbers of volunteers, support agencies and the media for their assistance during the search".