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A Queensland woman has died in the Indonesian tourist hot spot of Bali in unknown circumstances.

Denni North, 33, died on Sunday, but the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade aren’t commenting on the circumstances or whether her death was suspicious.

A spokesman confirmed her death, but would not provide further details.

“Consular officials in Canberra are providing assistance to the woman’s family in Australia,” a spokesman said in a statement on Tuesday.

Cocoon Beach Club, where Ms North worked, paid tribute to her on its Facebook page.

“Our sincerest condolences go out to the family and friends of this beautiful and vivacious young woman,” it said.

“Denni you will be so missed by so many.

“RIP Beautiful Girl.”

The page has also been swamped with tributes from Ms North’s friends, who are still coming to terms with the news.

“We are all grief stricken here at home and want all her Bali family to know how much we appreciate your kindness and respect at this gut wrenching time in our life,” her friend Janelle Ladewig posted.

Indonesian police will investigate the circumstances surrounding her death.

Foreign Affairs Minister Bob Carr has expressed his condolences to the family of Ms North.

“The sadness is enhanced by the fact that this has happened during the holiday season,” Senator Carr said today in Sydney.

“And we can understand the grief that has engulfed her family and the community that she was a part of.”

Australia has offered consular assistance to local authorities.

The West Australian

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