Police say they have found the weapon used in the alleged murder of a young Queensland mother at a coastal town in northern Tasmania.
Gabrielle Marshall's body was found at a friend's home in Ulverstone in the early hours of Tuesday.
Colin William Drake, 35, has been charged with murdering the 23-year-old and has appeared in court once but is yet to enter a plea.
Gabrielle Marshall, 23, moved to the Apple Isle from Brisbane just three weeks ago, but was found dead in a friend's house after being allegedly stabbed to death
Tasmania Police released a statement on Friday saying the alleged murder weapon had been recovered.
'No further details are able to be provided as the matter is now before the courts,' it said.
Ms Marshall had only been in Tasmania for a few weeks and was trying to turn her life around, her brother has said.
Ms Marshall's family has started an online fundraising campaign to help cover the cost of her funeral
Drake, who has been remanded in custody, is expected to appear in Devonport Magistrates Court via video link on July 15.
Ms Marshall's family has started an online fundraising campaign to help cover the cost of her funeral.