A hiker suffered injuries after falling down a two-metre embankment in the Monga National Park on Wednesday, November 6.
Police said the 34-year-old man had embarked on a walk from Canberra to the Coast.
On the morning of November 6, the hiker left his campsite at Braidwood and began walking east in Monga National Park.
"At some stage he had fallen down a two-metre embankment near Turtle road [firetrail]," a police spokesman said.
"He had injuries and neck pain."
Police said the man had no phone reception and despite being injured, he kept walking.
"He continued to walk along a forestry road so he could call for help with GPS details," the spokesman said.
Between 6-8pm, the hiker was located by air ambulance.
He was found at a location only accessible by four-wheel-drive. Batemans Bay Police assisted the man for half a kilometer on a stretcher. He was taken to the ambulance helicopter and flown to Canberra Hospital for further treatment.