An Australian man who went missing after a "bizarre" trip that left other members of his family in hospital with stress-related complaints has been found.
Berry farmer Mark Tromp, 51, was found near Wangaratta airport in Victoria.
Mr Tromp and his family left their home at Silvan, east of Melbourne, on Monday, taking cash but leaving behind bank cards and mobile phones.
Their adult children, who were initially with the couple, left their parents in the New South Wales central tablelands after they did not want to continue with the holiday.
Mr Tromp and his wife Jacoba were then reported missing.
His wife and another daughter were taken to separate hospitals by members of the public.
Mr Tromp was found on a street near the Wangaratta airport late this afternoon.
It is believed he has been taken to the Wangaratta police station.
Their son, Mitchell Tromp, said his parents were paranoid before they disappeared and were "fleeing something", describing their behaviour as "like a movie".