Schapelle Corby has gone back in the air — but this time with carry-on luggage only.
Teasing her 164,000 Instagram followers, Corby first posted a photograph with her mother from the plane, showing both of them wearing masks.
"Up, up and away. Adventure time with Mum. Going somewhere. #carryon #only," she joked.
The decision was a careful move from Corby, who at 27 was convicted of smuggling 4.2kg of cannabis into Indonesia via a checked-in boogie board bag and jailed in the country's brutal Kerobokan prison for nine years.
Now 44, Corby still vehemently maintains her innocence.
Several hours later, she posted another photograph of herself smiling with a few drinks.
"Oh Yes! Arrived. #visitairliebeach," she wrote.
She later posted two more photographs, including one with her mother and another of the resort.
Many followers were supportive — and envious — of her travel adventure to Airlie Beach in the Whitsunday region of Queensland.
"I'm jealous. Being in Sydney I can only dream of being there again …. Enjoy," one user replied to a post.
Another person commented: "I'm surprised you don't have an absolute fear of flying now. I think I would but good on you."
Some people did call her out though for not wearing her mask properly.
"You have to cover the nose! It's only half working otherwise!" one person wrote.
In her book, Corby wrote about surviving corrupt guards, degrading conditions and abuse at the hands of other prisoners while at Kerobokan.
In a preview for the memoir, published by Pan McMillan, it says Corby put her thoughts to paper "driven by a determination to show she has emerged, scarred, but with her dignity, humour and courage intact".
More recently, Corby joined Dancing With The Stars.
The 44-year-old was partnered with Shae Mountain and they were the third couple to be eliminated.
She was also a popular addition to the first season of SAS Australia last year.
Corby has previously called out online bullying, after being targeted by some social media users.
"If you've got your health, live your truth. Get out there and live," she wrote earlier this year.
"Don't let other people's opinions affect the way you live your life and take a few photos while you're at it."