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Call for help as north-west search for missing Belgian tourist Celine Cremer continues

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Celine Cremer. Image / Supplied

Nine months after Belgian tourist Celine Cremer vanished from Tasmania’s north-west, new signage has been installed asking visitors to assist in the search.

Cremer, 31, was reported missing on June 26th last year when she failed to board her return trip on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry back to the mainland.


Despite extensive searches of the dense bushland area and underwater locations at Philosopher Falls, where her unattended vehicle was found, no trace of Cremer has ever been discovered.

“We need your help,” the sign by the Waratah-Wynyard Council says.

Celine’s car was found shortly after she was reported missing. Image / Supplied

“If you see anything unusual as you walk the track to the Falls, please take a photograph and make a note of the location coordinates (lat and long).”

The Missing Persons page ‘Shine the Light’ is actively involved in keeping Celine’s case in the public eye and are always appealing for information that could lead to a breakthrough.

The 2023 search for Celine Cremer. Image / Supplied

“Céline a young woman who loved to travel and was enjoying her time travelling and working in Australia where she had been travelling for some years,” the group said.

“Céline’s family have described Céline as a responsible tourists with a clear respect for nature, she was not one to take risks or pass through unsafe boundaries, or to take tourist photos with risky behaviour.”


“She was quite an experienced hiker and good at navigating a gps.”

Celine’s family and friends urge anyone with information on her disappearance to come forward, as even the smallest detail could be crucial in solving the mystery.

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