Australian-Indonesian Association President, Firdaus, outlines ten simple reasons why people want to join a community group like AIA. If you are an Indonesian living in South Australia, the question may be how do I give back to my community? How can I participate in... read more
The Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia (AIASA) has announced that Indofest-Adelaide will return to the City early in 2019, with funding confirmed from the City of Adelaide and the South Australian Department of Human Services, Community Services... read more
Join PPIA – Indonesian Students’ Association of South Australia- and members of the Indonesian community along with AIASA for a wonderful day of celebration, food, crafts and cultural performances to mark the 73rd anniversary of Indonesian Independence.... read more
AIASA Inc. in collaboration with Foodland Frewville, is conducting monthly Wednesday Indonesian Food Appreciation events as one of the lead-up events to Indofest-Adelaide 2019. Various recipes from Indonesian regions such as Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and... read more
If you missed our Easter bushwalk to Morialta Conservation Park on Saturday 31 March, there will be others. Stay tuned to find out the next date for a relaxed walk with AIA-SA members led by Shanti Omodei-James and friends. read more
To all our supporters, far and wide, we hope you have enjoyed Indonesian Independence Day. The Proclamation of Indonesian Independence was read at 10.00 a.m. on Friday, 17 August 1945. The document was signed by Sukarno ( Soekarno) and Mohammad Hatta, who were appointed president and vice -president respectively the following day. “Merdeka!! Freedom!!” the people chanted!