The community groups searching for missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez are blanketing Byron Bay with new posters, pamphlets and letters.
Locals are continuing to piece together the final known movements of missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez as they blanket Byron Bay with new posters.
The 18-year-old was last seen on CCTV walking through the seaside NSW town after leaving the Cheeky Monkey's bar about 11pm on May 31.
The last "ping" from Theo's phone was recorded on June 1 in the area around the Cape Byron Lighthouse.
Searches have failed to locate his clothing or phone, which volunteers feel could be key to learning Theo's fate.
Cheeky Monkey's manager Colm Brennan said Theo had been at the tourist bar for just a few hours and only had two drinks before he was asked to leave.
"He sat down, he chatted, he had a dance and that was it," Mr Brennan told AAP on Tuesday.
"He left okay, he just walked down the street."
Mr Brennan, himself a former backpacker, said Theo's disappearance from the holiday hotspot was "very sad".
"He was just starting out - just 18 - and he's vanished."
Locals had hoped the bar's regular photographer may have snapped the young man in the crowd but the photographer did not work that night.
volunteers distributed pamphlets, posters and letters around Byron Bay on Tuesday.
The volunteers also asks the local community for any CCTV footage which may include Theo.
Searches were suspended over the weekend amid heavy rains and have yet to resume.
Theo's mother, who arrived in Australia in the last few days, was expected to meet with volunteer search coordinators in Byron Bay on Tuesday.