THE husband of missing Gold Coast mother-of-two Novy Chardon has one message for his wife: "Tell her to get your stupid bloody arse home mate ...

"Haha, no just tell her she's gotta come home."

Speaking from Jakarta where he flew on Friday with their two young children, Mr Chardon said he was not concerned police had established a crime scene at the family's Upper Coomera home.

Mr Chardon said his wife had disappeared for short periods of time in the past.

He also revealed he and his wife were going through a divorce.

Today, police appealed for information from anyone who had seen Mrs Chardon's 2009 Volvo wagon. (See video)

Mrs Chardon's car may have been left abandoned near the Nerang railway station since she went missing last Wednesday night.

The wagon was found on Monday night and police are conducting forensics tests which they say is happening "slowly and methodically".

They admit they are growing more concerned about her by the day.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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