A Melbourne woman who died at the Earthcore dance festival in central Victoria may have had an existing medical condition, festival organisers say.
The 43-year-old from Bayswater in the city's east was found dead at the festival in Pyalong on Sunday, police said.
In a statement on their Facebook page, organisers said medical staff attended within two minutes of her being found and were unable to revive her.
"Our condolences to the family and friends of deceased. Before anyone jumps to any conclusions over this very sad situation we would urge caution in making comments that can harm the family and friends of the deceased any further," the statement read.
"We are aware of an existing medical condition and are waiting for the coroner's inquest."
They said counselling services are on-site for all staff and patrons.
"This is truly heartbreaking news and we will be releasing a formal statement once we have all the facts in place," they said.
"We strongly advise that making wild speculations during this very difficult time for the family and friends of the deceased will add more stress and difficulties to a very sad and unfortunate situation.
"We find some wildly inaccurate and defamatory comments by media and trolls counter-productive, unethical and opens up the potential for further harm to the grieving parties.
"We urge you if you do see someone making some unsubstantiated claim to kindly ask them to wait till all facts are ascertained before further comment."
Earlier reports the woman was 25 are incorrect.
A Victoria Police spokeswoman said the death was not suspicious and the cause will be determined by a coroner.
Police ran operations both inside and outside the five-day festival, including using drug dogs on Thursday and Friday.
Nineteen drug diversion notices were handed out, 28 people were cautioned for possession cannabis, four people were interviewed for possessing a drug of dependence, two people were interviewed for possession of a weapon and 32 were detected drug driving.
"While the presence of drugs is still concerning, police were pleased with the general behaviour of the crowd," a police spokeswoman said.
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