Northern Territory police said Wednesday they had situated a physique "which is believed to be that of Claire Hockridge all the scheme by search efforts".
Ms Hockridge had been travelling with two others when their auto got stuck in a riverbed on 19 November.
"During the day it's just really hot so we dug ourselves under the vehicle during the day into the sand".
The discovery of Mr Tran a fortnight after he went missing in the heat of the Outback was described as miraculous by Police Superintendent Pauline Vicary on Tuesday.
PHOTO: An undated combined image obtained December 2, 2019 shows Phu Tran (L) and Claire Hockridge who went missing in a remote area south of Alice Springs.
"It appears that along the way they have located water, so we're hopeful that she has got water", Vicary said.
She instructed public broadcaster ABC that the trio- accompanied by their blue Staffordshire terrier Raya- had survived by drinking pre-blended vodka drinks and water from a hole dug for cattle, drinking biscuits and sheltering in a hole dug under her vehicle.
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McBeath-Riley and the dog were rescued by a search helicopter on Sunday after a cattle rancher alerted police to suspicious tire tracks, which lead searchers to the abandoned pickup truck.
Fogarty said he found Tran at a water tank on his property where Tran had been drinking and cooling since Monday. Tran had seen Hockeridge the last time two days earlier, following a fence line, Fogarty said.
"I picked him up and asked where he was going, if he wanted to come with me", Fogarty said.
Mr Tran was found by a pastoralist who was conducting a bore check at the Palmer Valley station south of Alice Springs.
"We are all grieving and exhausted from the emotional roller coaster that we've ridden", Sarah Hockridge told reporters.
"Even though Claire has died under bad circumstances, we are glad that Tamra and Phu have been found alive and well and we are extremely grateful to everyone that was involved in that".
Temperatures reached about 40C in the area while the group was missing.
Claire Hockridge had two daughters, Teagan and Tahlia, and a grandchild.