The daughter of missing Peak Hill man Max Day has renewed calls for information following her father's disappearance four years ago.
Max William Day left his home in Peak Hill on Saturday, January 7, 2017 and was last seen on January 25, 2017 at a caravan park in Gooloogong.
Despite extensive searches and inquiries, there has been no sign of Mr Day, with a number of other suspected sightings now considered "unconfirmed" by police.
Mr Day's daughter Caley said she hopes to get some information as to her father's whereabouts.
"Not having answers is hard," she said.
"It's a constant cycle of grief and hope, and just wondering if he's okay, trying to think of new ways to get his face out to the public, where he'd go."
Mr Day was declared "deceased" following a coronial inquest in his "disappearance and suspected death" held in July 2020.
Deputy State Coroner, Magistrate Derek Lee, concluded Mr Day "died on a date unknown sometime after January 25, 2017".
"However, the available evidence and the absence of any postmortem examination does not allow for any finding to be made as to the place of Max's death, or as to the cause and manner of his death," Magistrate Lee said.
Despite the findings, Ms Day said she will continue to seek answers.
"I found the findings difficult to take," she said.
"We don't know anything and so I just feel that, as well intentioned as it was, I personally cannot move forward. I need Dad found."
Ms Day pleaded with her father to reach out and for anyone with information to contact police.
"[We need] dad to please reach out and tell someone he is OK. We are just worried about him," she said.
"And for anyone who knows anything to come forward. Even the smallest details are so important.
"If anyone remembers anything to ring Crime Stoppers with their information - it could help us find him."
Mr Day is described as being of Caucasian appearance with an olive complexion, about 175 centimetres tall, of a medium build, with grey short hair and hazel/brown eyes.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or through www.police.nsw.gov.au.
Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
"We just have to find him," Ms Day said.