A 26-year-old New Zealand woman has fallen to her death from a Queensland highrise.
Warriena Tagpuno Wright, from Lower Hutt, died after falling from the 13th floor of an apartment block at Surfers Paradise early on Friday.
Police said the apartment belonged to a man she had just met through an online dating network.
They said they interviewed the man who lived alone in the apartment but he was released without charge.
Police said they were trying to piece together Ms Wright's final movements.
Ms Wright's body was found by a passer-by at the base of the apartment building during the early hours of Friday.
Officers were called to Avalon Riverside Apartments building on Wahroonga Place about 2.30am (local time) after receiving reports a woman had fallen from a balcony.
On Sunday, Queensland police spokesman Todd Saunders said they had received a large number of leads from the public.
Earlier police said neighbours heard a disturbance at the unit before Ms Wright fell but it was empty when officers arrived.
Detectives are treating the death as suspicious and said Ms Wright arrived in Australia alone on 29 July for a two-week holiday that included attending a wedding.
They were trying to find people who had met Ms Wright since her arrival in Queensland or with information about her activities, movements or companions while in Australia.
And they also appealed for CCTV, camera, or mobile phone vision of the Avalon Apartment building about the time Ms Wright fell.
Ms Wright's body is still undergoing tests and is expected to be released to her family on Monday.