Queensland woman Sophia Martini dies in Bali scooter crash

Queensland woman Sophia Martini dies in Bali scooter crash

Queensland woman Sophia Martini dies in Bali scooter crash

Updated 20 September 2017, 19:20 AEST

A 27-year-old Townsville woman who died in a scooter crash in Bali is remembered as a "determined, gentle spirit".

A 27-year-old Queensland woman has died after a scooter crash in Bali.

Sophia Martini from Townsville fell off the back of a scooter driven by her boyfriend on Monday morning (local time).

He has been assisting police with their investigation.

Maggie Island Bootcamp wrote a tribute on Facebook to Ms Martini, who attended morning classes.

"We will all miss Soph terribly, a shining light of fun and always smiling. She particularly liked the most challenging of work outs, pushing herself and encouraging others along with her with that determined gentle spirit," the post said.

"We love you Soph and will never forget you. Rest in Peace."

A Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesperson said it was providing consular assistance to the family of the woman and a man detained and released after the accident.

"For privacy reasons we are unable to provide further details," he said.

AAP

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