The family of a woman from Loughborough who was the victim of a suspected murder-suicide have said they are "deeply shocked and saddened" by her death.
22-year-old Amelia Blake was found in the Newtown suburb of Sydney last Friday.
New South Wales Police Force said a man in his 30s was also found dead in the flat, which is above a restaurant on a road lined with bars and shops.
According to reports the pair were a couple who had lived in the flat for several months.
In a statement issued through the Foreign Office, the family of the 22-year-old said:
Emergency services were called to the scene three miles south-west of the city centre at around 5.30pm last Friday after concerns were raised for the welfare of a man and a woman at the property.
Police attended and discovered the bodies of a woman, aged in her 20s, and a man, aged in his 30s.
Police said they were investigating the circumstances surrounding the deaths.
A police source told the Press Association the woman is thought to have been the victim of a murder-suicide.
Amelia Blake was a student with Loughborough College from 2012 to 2013 and studied A-levels in Psychology and Sociology.
Amelia also worked at the Vision Express store in Loughborough.