Bag Of Human Bones Was Found At Cliff Bottom

The bones have been identified.

A bag of bones found at the base of inner-Brisbane's Kangaroo Point cliffs have been identified as belonging to a missing woman.

The remains were discovered by a passer-by in long grass near the popular riverside parkland area overlooking the city on Monday.

Police were unable to give the cause of the woman's death on Saturday.

The man who found the remains of the 37-year-old, who cannot be named for cultural reasons, may have known her, police said.

"A lot of people around this location do know each other and do talk to each other," Detective Senior Sergeant Warren Gibbs told reporters.

Police forensic officers attend to a crime scene where human remains were found in Brisbane, Monday, September 10, 2018.  Photo: AAP Image/Dan Peled

"So it is possible and that's obviously part of our investigation."

The man and other people have been interviewed by police but no one is in custody.

It's unknown how long the remains have been there but it could have been for months.

The woman had been missing since November 27 last year and was last seen at a bank in Greenslopes.

"There were no signs of life past that day," Det Snr Sgt Gibbs said.

Clothes were found in the bag and scattered about the scene.

Police have searched the woman's home at Kangaroo Point, which is described as having fluid occupancy.

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Investigators are calling for people who shot drone footage over the area in the past year to review it for suspicious activity.

Detectives made three public appeals in the search for the woman, the last in March when they said she had no reported mental health issues and her disappearance was out of character.

Forensic police will remain at the scene for at least a number of days, Det Snr Sgt Gibbs said.