The Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia

presents
Indofest Adelaide 2017  
10am-3pm, Sunday 1 October, Victoria Square

 

 

 

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Indofest Music Night a blast!

The back to the 80s themed Indofest Music Night at the Estonian Cultural Centre on Saturday 22 July was a huge success. Wigs, shiny jackets, big earrings and leg warmers were everywhere and people danced to 80s pop and dangdut. Huge thanks to the talented musicians... read more

Meet the new AIASA Committee for 2017

At the AGM of the Association last November a new Committee was appointed to arrange activities for the Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia. A huge thank you for all the work of the previous committee whose terms came to an end: outgoing President Dr... read more

Some upcoming events

Independence Day Celebration, Sat 26 August

STALL HOLDERS AND PERFORMERS Calling all communities to join our ‘Indopendence Day’ to celebrate the 72nd Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia on Saturday 26 August. We would like to welcome anyone interested in opening stalls at this event. The... read more

Indofest-Adelaide 2017

Indofest Adelaide 2017 on Sunday 1 October celebrates the tenth Indofest and 50 years of the AIASA – a double celebration in Victoria Square. For updates and call for volunteers follow us on... read more

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11th of August 2017 02:07 PM Link
Do you want to be a part Indofest? Would you like to run a food stall, retail stall or workshop? Join our vibrant community festival on 1st October! Applications for Vendors are now OPEN! Please call Diza 0401 001 127 or visit our website for more information on how you can be a vendor at Indofest!

http://indofest.com.au/stallholders/
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10th of August 2017 05:16 PM Link
Did you know that South Australia has a sister-state agreement with West Java that was signed by both governments in 2015? This is the famous Gedung Sate in Bandung which serves as the seat of the governor of West Java and is named after the sate shaped ornament on its rooftop. What is your favorite kind of sate? #indofest2017 #roadtoindofest #indonesia #wonderfulindonesia #jawabarat
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9th of August 2017 08:40 PM Link
Flinders University’s Jembatan Initiative is proud to present a showcase of modern Indonesia for senior secondary school students (years 10, 11 and 12). Numbers are limited so please RSVP by Friday 25 August. http://bit.ly/2vOB86B