A man charged with the river-plunge murder of his baby son will remain in custody for another three months.
David Paul Fisher, 39, was last year charged with killing his seven-month-old child after the pair plunged into the Logan River at Beenleigh, south of Brisbane.
At the time, police said Fisher had pushed baby Elijah in a stroller to the river on the night of June 23.
Fisher fell from a pedestrian bridge at the Logan River Parklands with Elijah in his arms. The father swam to shore but his son was lost.
The infant's body was recovered the next morning on the scrubby banks of the river, about 1.5 kilometres downstream from the bridge.
Fisher, who is being held in a high security mental health unit, was to have appeared in Beenleigh Magistrates Court by video link on Tuesday.
However the court was told he was unable to appear.
His committal hearing was adjourned for mention on June 4.