Thank you for celebrating the tenth anniversary of Indofest with us




Indofest 2017 Program

Indofest 2017 is an extra special event as we celebrate our 10th anniversary! Wanting to capture the essence of the local Adelaide Indonesian community, this year’s Indofest has a special Kampung Indonesia theme. The word kampung is an Indonesian word meaning village... read more

Bhinneka Tunggal Ika – Unity in Diversity

This year the Indonesian community is celebrating 10 years of Indofest with an exciting and unique Kampung Indonesia initiative. Along with traditional and contemporary music and dance, delicious food stalls, interactive workshops, cooking demonstrations, and retail... read more

Indonesian language learning thriving in our schools

Bahasa Indonesia is currently taught in 83 South Australian government schools. This equates to over 14,000 students from Reception – Year 12 learning the language of Indonesia, Australia’s closest Asian neighbour. By adopting the Australian Curriculum the Department... read more

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9th of November 2017 09:19 PM Link
The 4th Indonesia Australia Business Summit (IABS) 2017 will be held here in Adelaide on 26-27th November. Representatives from Indonesian regional governments, Australian Investors and other business stakeholders will come together at the Adelaide Convention Centre with the aim of boosting economic ties between both Australia and Indonesia with a key focus on tourism, vocational education & training, agriculture, health, energy, and resources. Various panel discussions will take place during the forum to foster fresh ideas and develop steps to ensure ongoing prosperous partnerships between the two nations.

If you would like to attend this event, you can reserve your place at the link.
5th of November 2017 10:05 PM Link
Our congratulations to craniofacial surgeon Professor David David who was named the 2018 SA Australian of the Year this week. He is well known amongst the South Australian Indonesian community for his work with the Smile House in Bali, leading teams of local Indonesian doctors and nurses to perform life changing surgery on patients from all across Indonesia. He gives patients needing more specialised care the opportunity to have their treatment here in Adelaide all free of charge. This is where the local Adelaide Indonesian community steps in offering these patients and their carers friendship and donations of food, clothing, toys and money.
2nd of November 2017 09:43 AM Link
Missing your fix of all things Indonesian? Our friends at PPIA are hosting Indonesian Cultural Night with our Educational Partner Flinders University tomorrow night. See you there!
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