More photos of Bali pair's room

Written By Unknown on Selasa, 14 Januari 2014 | 20.01

Qld authorities are examining the bodies of Noelene and Yvana Bischoff to determine what killed them.

MORE photos of what police saw when they entered Noelene and Yvana Bischoff's hotel room in Bali have emerged.

Police photos taken inside the room where they became desperately ill in Bali show a bag of medications lying open on a dresser and their luggage and personal belongings.

But they provide little clues as to what may have caused their sudden deaths more than a week ago.

What killed them remains a mystery ... Noelene Bischoff and her 14-year-old daughter Yvana. Picture: AAP Source: AAP

The photos, obtained by News Corp Australia, show their suitcases and other bags and show that a toiletry bag of medications had been opened on a small dressing table.

Two asthma inhalers of ventolin were lying on top, along with a strip of bronchial tablets. One of the asthma inhalers was expired in June 2007 and the other had an expiry date of 2015. Ms Bischoff's prescription migraine tablets are also at the top along with a small bottle of perfume.

What police found inside the room where Noelene and Yvana Bischoff stayed at the Padang Bai Beach Resort in Bali. Source: Supplied

An empty blister wrapper of an anti-nasuea tablet called Onestron was discarded on the floor. Police say that some medicine packets were also on the dresser and on the bed.

A small purple backpack and a plastic bag of what appears to be washing lies next to the bed, along with a pair of thongs.

A colourful hard suitcase sits next to the dressing table and another toiletries bag is on the dresser as well along with an empty packet of Popcorners brand gluten-free popcorn - all signs of holiday-makers on a carefree vacation.

New photos revealing what police first found nside Noelene and Yvana Bischoff's room at Padang Bai Beach Resort in Bali. Source: Supplied

Police have said the medication bag contained 29 different prescription and non-prescription medications, including ordinary over the counter painkillers and anti-diarrhoea tablets, vitamins, electrolytes, along with other anti-allergy and anti-nausea drugs. Medical professionals say they are all indicative of someone with medical knowledge taking every precaution while on an overseas holiday.

Police photo revealing what they saw inside Noelene and Yvana Bischoff's room. Source: Supplied

Noelene, 54, a highly-respected Sunshine Coast nursing manager, and her 14-year-old daughter Yvana, became critically ill on the evening of Friday January 3 in their room at the Padang Bai Beach Resort in East Bali.

Their sudden deaths remain a mystery and their grieving family hopes that autopsies, currently underway in Queensland, will provide them with some answers.

The pair became ill after dinner on the Friday night at the hotel and both passed away in the early hours of Saturday morning. Neither had shown any sign of illness during the day, according to the driver who drove them around for seven hours and dropped them off at the hotel where they planned to stay two nights before catching a boat to the Gili Islands.

Penta Medica clinic where Noelene Bischoff and her daughter Yvana went in Padang Bai, Karangasem, Bali. Source: No Source

Police in Bali say there was no immediate indication of a crime or of violence and that tests on vomit and liquids from inside their room showed nothing suspicious.

The family decided to have their bodies taken home to Australia and for autopsies to be conducted there rather than in Bali.

Police Commissioner Adnan Pandibu said yesterday that police in Bali will continue their investigation, pending autopsy results in Australia. Officers have interviewed staff at the two hotels where they stayed along with staff from both restaurants where they ate on their last day.

Doctors say it's not unusual that almost 30 medications were found in the hotel room of Noelene and Yvana Bischoff, Bali's sudden death victims.

Staff at the Padang Bai Beach Resort, where they became ill, will today (wed) hold a Hindu cleansing ceremony at the room in a bid to help everyone move on from the tragedy.

Padang Bai Beach in Karangasem where Noelene Bischoff and her daughter Yvana holidayed. Source: Supplied

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