Chilling details about fate of murdered Sydney couple emerge

Eerie new details have revealed the bodies of murdered Sydney couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies were allegedly dumped behind a mound of dirt off a country road in Australia.

The Sydney Morning Herald on Thursday reported the new details about the double murder, which has captured headlines around the world.

Snr Const Beau Lamarre-Condon is accused of killing the men with a police-issued Glock at a Sydney home.

The bodies were found after Lamarre-Condon allegedly pinpointed the dumping site in the Southern Tablelands regions of NSW. 

It's alleged the accused drove about 20 minutes past the quiet settlement of Bungonia, travelling deeper towards the lush national park and turning off at a gravel road with towering gum trees overhead, the SMH reported.

Lamarre-Condon is accused of then carrying the remains of the couple 50m down gravel before hiding them behind two mounds of dirt covered in thick shrubbery.

Along with the bodies, it's alleged a significant number of items were scattered in the area, which officers have now seized as evidence.

Police officers and forensic teams worked through the night gathering evidence at the scene, before removing the bodies and taking them to a morgue in Lidcombe. 

Early on Wednesday morning, a SMH photo showed a single bouquet of flowers placed at the police taped cordon.

The outlet noted police cars outside the closed church and a distinctive smell of death in the area.