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Still missing: Celine Cremer’s disappearance in Tasmanian bush marks one-year anniversary

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Celine Cremer. Image / Supplied

One year has passed since Belgian national Celine Cremer went missing while on a bushwalk in Tasmania’s north-west.

The 31-year-old was last seen at the Philosopher Falls Track carpark near Waratah on June 17, 2023.


Her vehicle was found in the carpark 10 days later on June 27th, leading police to believe it may have been there since the day she disappeared.

Despite extensive searches involving police, SES ground crews, specialist swift water rescue personnel, ATVs, drones and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter, Cremer has not been found.

“When a person remains missing, the case is never closed,” a Crime Stoppers spokesperson said.

The 2023 search for Celine Cremer. Image / Supplied

Tasmania Police Commander Stuart Wilkinson says authorities are “still very committed” to finding Cremer.

He said some information given to police over the past year had been “inaccurate” and ‘unhelpful’.

“It can provide false hope to the family, which is really cruel,” he said.


“It’s difficult to say how far she could have got, it’s very dense, thick, challenging terrain down there.”

“The weather conditions when she first went missing … it was really awful. It was wet and windy and cold and snowing, it was pretty well as bad as that area can deliver.”

Celine Cremer has been missing since June 2023. Image / Tasmania Police

Wilkinson said there is nothing to suggest anyone else was involved in Cremer’s disappearance.

“However our minds remain open to any scenario and we’re happy to act on any credible information we receive from anyone in the community in relation to this or any other unsolved crime or unsolved missing person (case).”

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