Desperate search for lightly-dressed boy, 13, who spent a cold night alone after going missing from a national park carpark
- Logan Good lost after leaving group of seven at Alligator Gorge, Mt Remarkable
- Overnight search involving emergency services and a helicopter unsuccessful
- Police confirm he was wearing t-shirt, shorts and boots when he went missing
- Mount Remarkable National Park is rugged and known for brown snakes
Grave fears are held for a boy lost on a cold night in an isolated and rugged national park after extensive search efforts failed to find him.
Logan Good, 13, went missing when he walked ahead of a group including his mother at Alligator Gorge, Mount Remarkable in the Southern Flinders Ranges about 6.30pm on Wednesday.
A search including a Police helicopter , State Emergency Service and the Country Fire Service continued until around 2am on Thursday without finding him.
Logan Good, 13, (pictured) went missing when he walked ahead of a group of seven at Alligator Gorge in the Southern Flinders Ranges about 6.30pm last night
The search continued in the morning, including all emergency services involved overnight, and was expected to be stepped up to include drones and police dogs.
A statement by SA Police said Good ‘wandered off from the Alligator Gorge carpark and did not return’.
Logan’s mother, Hayley told AdelaideNow she lost sight of her son after he walked ahead of their group: ‘We called for help after we lost contact with him.’
‘It’s been a very long and difficult night for the whole family but we have faith the police and emergency services will find Logan safe and sound.’
SA Police spokeswoman confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that the boy was still missing today and was wearing a t-shirt, shorts and boots when lost, and that it was a cold night.
He is 170cm tall, of medium build, with short dark hair, a pale complexion and blue eyes. He is also believed to live with ADHD.
Alligator Gorge sits between Melrose and Wilmington in the southern Flinders Ranges and is known for rich wildlife including snakes. It is about 230km north of Adelaide.
Alligator Gorge (pictured) in the Mount Remarkable National Park is a rugged, isolated area known for brown snakes