A young woman has mysteriously died in Bali leaving her family and friends to bring her body home to Australia.
Olyvia Cowley, 24, who lived on the Gold Coast in Queensland, died while on a trip to Bali on August 19.
Tributes have since flooded in for the Palm Beach Currumbin High School graduate, with her heartbroken mother calling her daughter ‘my world’.
It is not yet known what happened to the young holidaymaker, other than that her death is ‘unexpected’.
She had been sharing pictures of her luxury Bali getaway online in the weeks before her death.
Olyvia Cowley (pictured), 24, mysteriously passed away in Bali on August 19 – after sharing pictures of her happy holiday online
Christina Blakelock (pictured with her husband Tony) is heartbroken over the sudden death of her daughter Olyvia Cowley
Her devastated mum Christina Blakelock posted a series of heartbreaking tributes online.
She and Olyvia’s stepdad Tony have travelled from Japan to Bali to bring their baby home.
‘My twinkle. My baby. My angel. I’ll miss you forever. What a smile, you are someone who lights up the world. It’s hard for me to fathom on days – Jesus chose me my Olyvia Te’a, he chose me’ to be your Mum!’ Ms Blakelock wrote.
‘You’ll never be loved more. My love for you my dove is beyond anything you’ll ever understand. I need to see your calls and messages again. I can’t imagine life without you.’
She described her daughter as her princess and twinkle in every star.
‘I’m broken. I now know the pain I never expected to EVER experience. My girl will Reign in my heart forever,’ Ms Blakelock wrote.
‘Darling my heart does not know what to do…I ache! Miss you like no tomorrow. Oh my baby girl, to hold You again is all I long to do.’
She recalled in another tribute post how Olyvia used to twinkle her ears, which was their special thing and never sleep apart from her.
‘There was nothing else I wanted more than to be a mum, my job was to be a mum, and nothing else mattered.’
Olyvia Cowley (pictured) died unexpectedly while on holidays in Bali on August 21
Christina Blakelock described her daughter Olyvia (pictured on her last day of school) as as her princess and twinkle in every star
One of Olyvia’s mother’s closest friends Tanya Pohio revealed her parents had travelled from Japan to Bali to bring her home to Australia.
‘It is with such a broken heart that I share this. Olyvia – light and love gone too soon. She is the beautiful daughter of one of my best friends Christina. Made so much more tragic in that she passed away in Bali,’ she wrote.
‘She always brought light and love wherever she went. Her smile would light up the room,’ she wrote.
‘Daughter, sister, aunty, granddaughter, niece, cousin, friend and so much more.’
‘The costs of this should not have to be a burden on top of their grieving and brokenness. Let’s do what we can to support this beautiful family.’
In a post to Facebook Olyvia’s mother Christina Cowley said her heart was ‘aching’ without her little girl (pictured)
Olyvia posted several pictures of her Bali holiday on Facebook in the weeks leading up to her ‘unexpected’ death
Ms Pohio asked for the public’s help saying in paying to bring her body home.
Olyvia’s close friend, Shae Barr, has set up a online fundraiser to help pay for the expenses of her friend’s passing, which has already raised almost $9,000 within three daus.
‘To ease the financial pressure on the family moving forward I am asking for any donations if you are in a position to give,’ the page read.
‘We all know how much of an impact it can make when a community come together and the Cowley family are extremely grateful for the overwhelming love and support already. Let’s help this amazing family get through these next phases.’
One of Olyvia’s mother’s closest friends Tanya Pohio revealed her parents had travelled from Japan to Bali to bring her home to Australia