Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement
The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) has now entered into force. This landmark trade deal will enhance export opportunities and deliver significant benefits for both countries, opening up a new era in the economic relationship.
Under the agreement all Indonesian goods will enter Australia tariff free, and most Australian goods will face lower tariffs in Indonesia. IA-CEPA also provides new opportunities for Australian investors in Indonesia and will promote greater people-to-people links and skills development.
For Australians travelling in or to Indonesia
For Australians travelling in Indonesia or planning to travel to Indonesia, please refer to the Australian Government’s Smartraveller website for latest news and information related to your trip and subscribe for updates. Travel advice is reviewed and updated regularly.
For Australians planning to return or for international travellers planning to travel to Australia
Please visit the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs website for the latest advice in relation to travelling to Australia and for further information on the Australian Government’s Department of Health website on COVID-19.
Consular, passport and notarial services
The Embassy remains open Mon-Fri for normal business hours (8am – 4pm). Consular and passport services continue to be provided by appointment. As a precaution for the safety of our staff and visitors, we are providing notarial services only where there is an urgent need. There are additional security screening requirements if you are required to attend the Embassy. Please refer to appointment bookings for more information. If the Embassy is closed, please contact our Consular Emergency Centre: +61 2 6261 3305 if you have an urgent request.
Minister for Foreign Affairs: Visit to Singapore and Indonesia
This week I will travel to Indonesia to participate in the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Bali.
NAIDOC Week 2022 - Celebrating Australian Indigenous Culture
NAIDOC Week (3-10 July) is held in July every year as a way of promoting greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and culture and to celebrate the survival of Indigenous culture and the Indigenous contribution to modern Australia.
New Australian Rules Players a Bridge between Australia and Indonesia
The Australian Embassy Jakarta, in partnership with the Australian Football League (AFL) Indonesia, hosted an Australian Rules Football clinic for Indonesian students on Wednesday, 29 June 2022 at GBK Senayan.
A Sustainable Feast Using Australian Produce
The Australian Embassy Jakarta in partnership with Podomoro University, is proud to present a cooking demonstration today with Perth-based Australian Executive Chef Melissa Palinkas on how to cook sustainably.
Let’s Go by Bus in Jakarta! with Support from Australia
Australia is working with PT Transportasi Jakarta (Transjakarta) to deliver safe and high-quality public transport in Jakarta.
Minister for Foreign Affairs: New Government Knows Australia’s Future is Tied to the Region
In 22 May 2022, Australia elected a new government.