A 44-year-old Queensland man missing in the Kosciuszko National Park since Wednesday has been found safe.
The man was found by police near Charlotte Pass just after midday on Friday following an intensive search with SES and National Parks and Wildlife officers.
The 44-year-old set off by himself on Wednesday to walk the main range track in the national park, walking from Charlotte Pass Village to Blue Ridge.
NSW Police say the man was due to return from his walk by 10am on Thursday, but no contact was made from him, sparking the search.
The hiker was expected to camp overnight at Seaman's Hut, near the summit of Mount Kosciuszko.