The body of a teenage boy and a man have been recovered in separate apparent drownings in NSW.
The tragedies come after a seven-year-old boy died after being pulled from the bottom of a swimming hole in the NSW Blue Mountains on Sunday.
The boy was reported missing by his parents on Sunday afternoon at Jellybean Pool at Glenbrook, about 60km west of Sydney.
NSW Police also recovered the body of a teenage boy who fell into a waterhole on the mid-north coast on Sunday.
Emergency services were called to Potoroo Falls in Dingo Forest - 50km northeast of Taree - shortly before 3pm after reports a 14-year-old boy fell off the falls into the waterhole below and did not surface.
About 8.40pm police divers recovered the boy's body from the waterhole.
Meanwhile, the body of a man was also recovered from the Murray River in the state's south.
Emergency services were called to the river after reports a body had been found in the water near the Mildura wharf on Sunday morning.
The man, aged 65, was retrieved from the water and police are investigating.