Two German backpackers vanish in remote Western Australia

Mystery as two German backpackers vanish in remote Western Australia after telling family they were going to travel remote tourist track weeks after their Benjamin Kress and Nathalie Kress have gone missing in WA's Kimberley region They were last heard from at 80 Mile Beach between Broome and Port Hedland Their family are concerned as they haven't heard from the couple in two weeks 

By Jackson Barron For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:03 BST, 5 August 2020 | Updated: 06:04 BST, 5 August 2020

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Two German newlyweds have disappeared after taking a trip deep into the West Australian wilderness.

Benjamin Kress, 29, and Nathalie Kress, 26, are travelling together in the Kimberley region in the north-west of the state.

The couple were last heard from at 80 Mile Beach between Broome and Port Hedland on July 21.

Benjamin Kress and Nathalie Kress (pictured together) have gone missing in Western Australia's Kimberley region

Benjamin Kress and Nathalie Kress (pictured together) have gone missing in Western Australia's Kimberley region

The newlyweds were last heard from at 80 Mile Beach between Broome and Port Hedland on July 21

The newlyweds were last heard from at 80 Mile Beach between Broome and Port Hedland on July 21

Their family were told they were intending to travel along the Gibb River Road in their 2002 Nissan Patrol.

Their car is silver and has Victorian number

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