The body of a Queensland woman who drowned in Bali has been returned to Australia so family and friends can mourn her passing.
Denni North, 33, died in hospital after being found unconscious near the pool in her villa on the Indonesian resort island on November 30.
Antar Bangsa Funeral Service, which organised the repatriation of her body, said it was likely it would be returned to Australia on Saturday, but it had been waiting for a flight.
It is understood her body arrived at Brisbane International Airport just before 2am (local time).
Police reportedly released Ms North's body to three family members who travelled to Bali, after they requested that no autopsy be performed there.
Police are satisfied that no drugs or violence were involved in Ms North's death, which is being treated as an accidental drowning.
The Cocoon Beach Club, where Ms North worked in the restaurant as front of house, confirmed they will likely hold a traditional Balinese memorial service for their popular and sadly missed colleague in the coming days.
Ms North, from Deception Bay, north of Brisbane, reportedly visited the club often as a customer and was later offered a job there.
It's understood Ms North's family will hold a private service for her once her body is returned.
They've asked for privacy from the media and do not wish to comment on Ms North's death.