A devastated Australian mother has paid tribute to her daughter who unexpectedly passed away while holidaying in Bali.

Olyvia Cowley, a 24-year-old from the Gold Coast died on the 19th of August. It still remains unclear how she lost her life.

She leaves behind her distraught mother, Christina, who took to social media to share her grief saying “my heart doesn’t know what to do”.

“My twinkle. My baby. My Angel. I’ll miss you forever. What a smile, you are someone who lights up the world”, she wrote.

“My love for you is beyond anything you’ll ever understand.”

In another heart-warming tribute, her mum shared how there was nothing she wanted more than to be a mum, sharif she feels “lost” as she grieves her daughter.

“You’re my air, my baby girl,” she wrote.

“Mummy is coming home with your sister soon.”

Loved ones have rallied behind the family, with a GoFundMe launching to help bring her body back to Australia.

“The family are currently planning to bring liv home to the Gold Coast,” organiser Shae Barr wrote.

“To ease the financial pressure on the family moving forward I am asking for any donations if you are in a position to give.”

“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.”

Tributes have flooded social media, with friends saying “it doesn’t seem real”.

“The kindest soul. You had so much love to give,” one friend said.

Images: Facebook / GoFundMe

This article first appeared on OverSixty.