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 stalls, the festival hub will come alive with an array of kampung pavilions representing different regions of Indonesia. The kampungs will be dotted around Victoria Square, allowing visitors to ‘explore’ the diversity of Indonesia and meet members of Adelaide’s local Indonesian community as they showcase what their kampungs have to offer through interactive workshops, sampling of regional cuisine, traditional games, handicrafts, costumes, textiles, local language, dance, music, visual art and more! This exciting event enables the Indonesian community to build upon a sense of ownership of Indofest-Adelaide to share the profile of Indonesia beyond Bali. Visitors to Indofest-Adelaide will experience a little of the diversity, beauty, and uniqueness, while reflecting on the richness that underpins the notion of Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, the national Indonesian motto meaning ‘Unity in Diversity’.
- Palu and Lombok Earthquakes
- Wayang Kulit delights audience
- September 2018 Newsletter
- 10 reasons to join the AIASA
- Meeting with Hon Jing Lee
- Indofest back in 2019!
- Indofest Schools Program 2018
- Indofest 2017 wins SA Governor’s Multicultural Award
- Australia Day Parade 2018
- Welcome to the 2018 AIASA Committee
- Indofest 2017 Program
- Bhinneka Tunggal Ika – Unity in Diversity
- Indonesian language learning thriving in our schools
- AIA-SA 50th anniversary recognised in Parliamentary Reception
- Indofest Music Night a blast!
- The Australian Indonesian Association of South Australia
- Bapak Subagio – one of the founding members of the Australian Indonesian Association
- A piece of Indofest history