The jury in the Daniel Morcombe murder trial has visited the site where the schoolboy was abducted and bushland where human remains were found.
Jurors in the Daniel Morcombe murder trial have visited the scene of the schoolboy’s abduction.
The men and women tasked with deciding the fate of accused man Brett Peter Cowan have also inspected a bushland site where human remains were found in 2011.
The trial judge and lawyers on Tuesday accompanied jurors to an overpass at Woombye on the Sunshine Coast where the 13-year-old vanished in December 2003.
The group also visited an area at the Glass House Mountains, in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, where bones and a pair of shoes believed to be Daniel’s were discovered.
Cowan, 44, has pleaded not guilty to indecently dealing with Daniel, murdering him and interfering with his corpse.
More than 100 witnesses have testified at the trial, which began three weeks ago in the Brisbane Supreme Court.
It had been expected to take six weeks but prosecutors say it could finish a week earlier.