The frantic search for a young boy who fell out of a kayak in raging rapid waters has entered its third day.
More than 60 State Emergency Services volunteers and police divers have returned to Fernhook Falls near Walpole in Western Australia's south-west.
It's been 48 hours since the eight-year-old boy went missing on Sunday morning during a family camping trip.
Police said the boy was kayaking in Deep River in the Mt Frankland National Park when he vanished in the fast-flowing waters.
SES volunteers have returned to the camping spot where a boy disappeared on Sunday
Search rescue dogs, SES boats, rescue helicopters and a drone have been deployed as the widespread search resumed on Tuesday morning with improved conditions.
It was suspended on Monday after bad weather and poor light hampered searchers'