Police have found a body believed to be that of missing British tourist Aslan King in bushland on the Victorian south coast.
The body was found in bushland on the Victoria south coast at 10.15am on Tuesday (local time).
It was located in a creek just over one kilometre from the camping ground in Old Coach Road, Princetown, where Mr King, 25, was last seen.
Officers are yet to formally identify the body but it is believed to be Mr King, from Brighton, Victoria Police said in statement.
Mr King was camping with friends near Princetown, Victoria, when he hit his head at around 2am local time on Saturday.
He reportedly got up suddenly and ran from the camping area into surrounding bushland.