Police said $260,000 cash was seized, along with financial documents and electronic devices.
On Monday, she was issued with a notice to appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on February 24 charged with one count each of money laundering and possession of tainted property (cash).
Acting Superintendent Ben Fadian from the Financial and Cyber Crime Group said inquiries into criminal syndicate links were continuing and further charges could be laid.
“To anyone considering accepting money from an unknown or untrusted source, be it electronically by letting your bank account be used by a third party or by ‘washing’ cash received,” he said.
“Know that this is money laundering, a serious offence, that will bring you under the scrutiny of law enforcement.”