Schapelle Corby's mother says it will be the little things that will matter to her daughter just released from nine years in a Bali jail - like having a good shower.
Supporters gathered at mother Rosleigh Rose's home at Longanlea, south of Brisbane, to celebrate the news that her daughter had been released on parole from Kerobokan prison .
An elated Ms Rose was screaming and crying as she watched on television Corby leave the prison.
"I just started screaming and crying and dry wretching. I've never felt those feelings before," she told Australia's Seven Network.
"Lovely, I just can't believe this has happened today."
Ms Rose says the little things will matter to her daughter now that she's free, like being "totally naked, having a shower".
Ms Rose said she chose to stay at home because "no one knows what's in the parole papers. Schapelle could be sent home. So we need someone here."
She added: "And besides that, Schapelle couldn't be in better hands than her sister Mercedes."
Corby will live at the Kuta home of Mercedes and brother-in-law Wayan Widyartha. She cannot leave Indonesia until her sentence is completed in 2017.
Ms Rose thanked Mercedes, other family members, friends and supporters.
"I went through so much. The pain, everything, and looking after Schapelle."
Brother hints at lucrative TV deal
Meanwhile, the half brother of Corby who was with her when she was arrested in 2004 hinted at a lucrative TV deal for the convicted drug smuggler.
Half-brother James Kisina, and friends Alyth Jeffers and Katrina Richards, who travelled to Bali with Corby in 2004 when 4.2kg of marijuana was found inside her boogie board bag, came outside Rosleigh Rose's home to open a bottle of champagne in front of reporters.
Asked what was discussed during their earlier phone call with Corby, Mr Kisina hinted at a lucrative TV deal, saying: "That's an expensive question, man".
The Seven Network has been the only media outlet allowed access to Ms Rose's home.
The network is reportedly paying somewhere in the region of $3 million for an exclusive interview with Corby.
- With AAP