They eventually determined she was in Tokyo.
Julie Bishop, the Australian foreign minister, said that the United States authorities had been in touch with Canberra about the woman's whereabouts.
"We are coordinating with Las Vegas police authorities and with leaders of the Filipino community to check on our kababayans (countrymen) there", Consul General Adelio Angelito Cruz said.
"She had nothing to do with this psycho, "the person said".
The newspaper cited friends as saying she lived on the Gold Coast for more than a decade and was married to an Australian man who has since died.
Law enforcement has no "derogatory information" about Paddock, besides the fact that he received a citation several years ago that was handled in the court system, Lombardo said.
"They're thinking it's fireworks or it's part of the technology of the music being played".
"We're still just completely befuddled, dumbstruck", he added.
After first describing her as a "person of interest" in the aftermath of the massacre perpetrated by Paddock, Nevada Police have now completely cleared Danley of any connection to the crime.
"Ms. Danley was not in the USA at the time of the incident and is no longer a person of interest in the investigation", Robespierre Bolivar said in a text message.
The DFA has no official confirmation yet on her nationality, original or acquired. "She's a nice lady, I've met her three or four times".
In a media conference yesterday, Las Vegas sheriff Joseph Lombardo said Ms Danley had questions to answer after 59 concert-goers were killed and 527 injured in the horrific sniper attack. "We mourn with the families of those who perished and hope for the speedy recovery of the more than 400 people who were reported injured".
On Facebook she describes herself as a "proud Mum and grandmother".
The gunman was purportedly well known in Las Vegas and was even comped free rooms and given access to special casino facilities thanks to the large sums of money he spent on the Strip.
During the regular briefing in Malacañang yesterday, Abella said no Filipino casualty has been reported in the incident.
"We constantly appeal to our people to be careful, stay away and notify authorities about anything and anyone harboring hatred and violent ideas".