Appearance: Caucasian
Complexion: Fair
DOB: 1979
Build: Medium
Height: 170cm
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Distinguishing Features/Other:
Ashley Bindon was last seen about 1pm on 26 February 2005 in Rose Bay, Sydney. Ashley has not been seen since this time, nor has he made contact with family or friends. Ashley has not accessed his bank account since his disappearance and there concerns for his welfare.
Reported Missing To: Newtown Police Station
Missing Persons Reference Number: E 23155732gm - Blog run by Ashley's Mum, Jeni

Days leading up to Ash's disappearance

In the two weeks before Ashley had disappeared he went to the Reclaim the Streets event; was circulating and visiting friends and went to pubs and dinner with friends in the inner west and Eastern suburbs of Sydney; he either travelled by bike or walked; he attended work and was making a film clip for a dance party. On Wednesday 23 February he had a quick dinner with his mum 7.30pm; spent 24 and 25 February at the household where he lived in Surry Hills; visited friends at Newtown; spent the day with friends at Newtown; went to Waverly Park on Fri night/early sat morning - a person borrowed his bike and came off - Ash rang the household for Dettol - he was told to go to Waverly Bus Depot to find Dettol there. He arrived at a friend's place at Rose Bay 6.00am and was seen there till 1.oopm. He would have left friends place about 5.00pmish and has not been seen since. He could have been on a bicycle and carrying a khaki (eg military) like sack/back pack.

The disappearance

Ash arrived at a friend's place at Rose Bay on Saturday 26 February at 6.00am and was seen there till 1.oopm. He would have left his friend's place about 5.00pm and has not been seen since. He could have been on a bicycle and carrying a khaki (eg military) like sack/back pack.

Mother clings to hope for missing son Ashley Bindon

THE mother of a man missing since 2005 has renewed hope that her son will be found after reports he was spotted in the Northern Territory.

Actor Ashley Bindon was last seen in Rose Bay. His mother Jeni has continued to search for him, distributing posters and flyers across the country.

This week NSW Police renewed their search after a woman claimed she saw Mr Bindon in Darwin shortly after he vanished.

Anyone with information should call 9550 8199 or 1800 333 000.


The mother of missing man Ashley Bindon will join police to appeal for information as part of Missing Persons Week 2019.

Mr Bindon, aged 25 at the time of his disappearance, was last seen by a friend in Rose Bay on the morning of Sunday 26 February 2005.

He was reported missing to police by his mother two days later when he could not be located.

In January 2012, police received information from a woman in the Northern Territory who believe she saw Mr Bindon on a number of occasions in the Darwin suburbs of Nightcliff and Palmerston in March 2005.

Investigators from Inner West Police Area Command have conducted extensive inquiries; however, he has never been located.

At the time of his disappearance, Mr Bindon was described as being of Caucasian appearance with a fair complexion, about 170cm tall, with brown hair, blue eyes. At the time he was last seen by family, he was of medium build and had facial hair.

Inner West Police Area Commander, Superintendent Julie Donohue, urged anyone with information about Mr Bindon’s disappearance to come forward.

“It’s been nearly 14 years since Ashely was reported missing – he would now be 39-years-old – and we are still keen to hear from anyone who may be able to shed new light on the investigation,” Supt Donohue said.

“Someone knows something, and I urge you to contact police immediately, no matter how insignificant it may seem.”

Ashley’s mother, Jeni Bindon, said she has continued to search for him across Australia.

“As a mother you never give up,” she said.

“It’s his 40th birthday on Wednesday (7 August 2019) and it’s really hard not knowing where he is. I miss him terribly.”

Anyone who has seen Mr Bindon, or has information as to his whereabouts, is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Missing Persons Week is an annual national campaign to raise awareness of the issues and impacts surrounding missing persons and runs between Sunday 4 August and Saturday 10 August 2019.