- A family of nine has vanished and are believed to be somewhere near Brisbane
- Seven children are believed to be with 34-year-old woman and 39-year-old man
- Joanne Godfrey is described as being Caucasian with blonde or coloured hair
- Lynden Ronan is described as being Aboriginal in appearance and 180cm tall
Fears are growing after seven children vanished from Queensland with a man and a woman with brightly coloured hair.
Queensland Police believe the children are travelling with Lynden Ronan and Joanne Godfrey but their exact location is unknown.
It is possible the family-of-nine could be in Ipswich or Brisbane areas.
Police are hunting for Joanne Godfrey, 34, (pictured) who is believed to have vanished with her seven children
Queensland Police also believe the children are travelling with Lynden Ronan, 39 (pictured)
Mr Ronan is described as Aboriginal in appearance, 180cm tall with a medium build and black hair.
Ms Godfrey is described as Caucasian, 165 cm tall with a medium build and blonde or coloured hair and green eyes.
Queensland Police told Daily Mail Australia Mr Ronan, 39, and Ms Godfrey, 34, had been missing since Friday.
Police are appealing for any information about the family as they have concerns for their safety.