Relatives of a Queensland woman found dead in a Bali swimming pool say they do not believe she drowned by accident.

Denni North was found in the pool of a villa she shared with three other women.

The ABC has been told the 33-year-old had worked late at the Cocoon Beach Club and then had some drinks with friends.

Her friends went to bed around 3:30am and a few hours later Ms North was found unconscious in the pool and was rushed to hospital, where she later died.

Bali police say there is no evidence of criminal activity, and Dr Dudut Rustyadi from Sanglah Hospital says Ms North probably drowned.

But her aunt in Brisbane, Brenda North, says none of the family accepts it was a heart attack or an accidental drowning.

"Something is going on and we don't know what it is, there is just so much conflicting information coming out," she said.

"You don't know what to believe and it just doesn't seem right. I don't know - it's just that something is not right.

"This is one of our people that has died in a foreign country.

"They (the Government) should do something. They should be in contact with the family at least and try and help.

"Somebody needs to get a move along whether it be Australia or Bali. We want to bring her home."

The local hospital says it is waiting for permission from Ms North's family to perform an autopsy.

Foreign Minister Bob Carr has previously said the family has been offered consular support.

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