Bush Tucker Comes to Jakarta
Ever tasted kangaroo steak, smoked crocodile or finger limes? Australian celebrity chef Lynton Tapp is in Jakarta this week and bringing with him a taste of the Australian Outback.
New Book Showcases Emerging Islamic Scholars
The work of several of Indonesia’s emerging Islamic scholars has been published in a new book, Muslim Subjectivity: Spektrum Islam Indonesia. The six scholars completed their theses while participating in the Partnership in Islamic Education Scholarship (PIES) program.
Prominent public art icon to embody South Australia – West Java ties
A striking new public artwork jointly created by South Australia and West Java will be prominently located in front of Government House in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia – symbolic of the importance of cultural exchange to both countries.
Australia Awards Hadi Soesastro and Allison Sudradjat Prizes
Today I am delighted to present six Australia Awards Prizes to outstanding Indonesian scholars studying here on Australian Government scholarships.
A Small Corner of Australia Opens in Indonesia
Indonesian university students will be able to access a selection of Australian books and resources as well as information on study and scholarships at a number of #AussieBanget corners across the archipelago.
More Indonesians are Travelling to Australia than Ever Before Find Out Why
Young Indonesians looking for a unique and affordable holiday overseas are heading to Australia in record numbers.