"We were quite shocked that she was on our flight", they said.
The family were also waiting for Corby to return home so she could help scatter her father's ashes at a secret location after his death nine years ago from cancer. The investigation into William Tyrrell's disappearance is continuing.
She is forbidden from speaking to journalists as part of her parole conditions.
"The priority of our focus will now be on healing and moving forward", the statement said.
"However, William's family and the campaign have absolutely no association with Schapelle, her supporters or her family".
Tyrell disappeared at the age of three from Kendall, on the New South Wales mid-north coast in 2014. Photo / AAP A masked man is seen at the residence of Rosleigh Rose, mother of Schapelle Corby, in Loganlea.
Her first post was a photograph of her two beloved dogs, Luna and May, with the comment: "Going to miss these two".
On the eve of her deportation, Corby set up an Instagram account which by 5:30am AEST, had 71,000 followers.
"There is no special treatment for her".
Proving her innocence became a national cause, sparking "Free Schapelle" T-shirts and "Boycott Bali" banners. "But as of May 27, I think there is no problem".
He said that when he asked Corby where she would fly tomorrow, she said: "Can go to Perth, can go to Brisbane, or wherever".
A photo of her Virgin Australia boarding pass was even circulated on social media, showing her seated in 1A.
But she didn't stop there.
Corby has been spending her final days effectively in hiding in her home in Kuta.
"She is fine. healthy. she is well", he said.
On Friday, the head of Bali's law and human rights office, Ida Bagus Ketut Adnyana, said the heavy police presence was needed because "it's not normal, there are too many people".
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"When do you treat someone who has a drug conviction as a celebrity", Ms Amies said.
As usual, the media have not been welcomed by Mercedes Corby, Schapelle's sister, who has done everything in her power to get the media to leave them alone.
An ambulance will shadow the convoy.
The Bali corrections chief Surung Pasaribu seemed as ever bemused by the fame of Bali's most famous parolee: "I don't understand Instagram, I don't know how to read Instagram", he said. "She doesn't look like how we would imagine a drug trafficker to look; she looks like the girl next door".
He said he thought Corby was different to other prisoners staying at the "Bali worldwide prison".
Two armoured tactical cars were in the convoy with one expected to carry Corby.
After signing the final paperwork, they left for the airport.
Corby then headed to the airport, pursued all the way by a massive Australian press pack, who broadcast every moment live to the millions who have followed her case for years.
"I have to do the security by increasing the police keeping guard on the streets around here".
"There is time to have a baby", Mr Siregar said.
A spokeswoman for the family, Eleanor Whitman, told the ABC the family had safely left the airport.
Corby was the subject of a 2007 documentary, "Ganja Queen", produced by Janine Hosking.
Schapelle Corby posted on Instagram as she boarded her flight back to Australia.
"We from Kuta police are only securing the area (in Kuta)".
"This is only for anticipation, so that Corby is safe", he said.
Dr Agung Hartawan from Kerobokan jail visits Schapelle Corby's house in Kuta lane with a parole officer to check her health.