A woman who rang triple zero on Friday night to report herself lost while bushwalking in southern Sydney has been found at an inner city home.
A bushwalker who went missing in Heathcote National Park in Sydney's southern outskirts has been found safe and well at a home in inner-city Kensington.
The woman, believed to be a Chinese national, called triple zero about 6pm Friday night to report herself lost, sparking a search.
Early on Saturday afternoon, police went to a home in Kensington, where the 25-year-old was located.
NSW Police found the woman when they "pinged" her phone, which had been turned back on, a spokeswoman said.