Community & Organizations

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University of New South Wales

PPIA NSW are a non-profit organisation which unites and create links between all of the indonesian students that is studying in Australia.
We strive to unite Indonesian students currently studying in multiple universities spread out across Australia, with the purpose of strengthening our relations with others, building a strong foundation and greater community; encouraging our peers to become noble global citizens. PPIA continues to hold various events throughout the year with a mission to promote Indonesian culture to both Indonesian and the Australian community whether it is through our educational seminary forum or our social events, with the purpose to evoke a critical and constructive dialogue.


Indonesian Film Festival Inc. is a non-profit organisation that hold the Indonesian Film Festival (IFF) annually. IFF was established in 2006. It has become an annual celebration of cinema in its form, comprising screenings of a top range of Indonesian movies. The festival aims to amplify cultural appreciation within the multicultural community in Australia as well as to promote local awareness. IFF endeavors to captivate the interests of various figures, such as movie enthusiasts, linguistic students who are learning Indonesian language, Indonesian students and expats, as well as wider community who are interested in gaining insights into the rich Indonesian culture.

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Bethany Brisbane International Church (BBIC) started out as a Family Altar group (Caregroup) in 1998. The organization then slowly multiplied in numbers and became established as a Church in September 1999. Ps. Hanny Yasaputra and family had been living in Perth when he accepted the offer to oversee BBIC and relocated here in 1999. He has been serving at this church faithfully ever since. The church has been growing ever since, and moving at a steady pace to continue expanding God’s Kingdom. Ps. Hanny believed in the preaching of the Kingdom of God, where both the Law and the Grace of God is applied accordingly.

There have been many relationships restored, miraculous healings, financial breakthrough, and other testimonies emerging by His grace. Ps. Hanny’s teachings has guided the congregation in developing Godly characters and culture, To allow God’s purposes to be fulfilled in His perfect timing in our lives. As we move towards our 13th year, we believe that God will bring His Church to new heights, bringing His people to be in a closer and deeper, more intimate relationship with Him.
We have been created as HIStory makers, therefore HIStory shall continue.

PO Box 10206 Adelaide BC, SA 5000

Promotion of understanding, friendship and goodwill between the peoples of Australia and Indonesia.
Indonesian events and cultural activities. Information for groups and people in South Australia who have an interest in Indonesia. INDOfest – annual festival of Indonesian arts and culture.
Indofest is an annual festival held in Adelaide, South Australia to celebrate all things Indonesian.
An initiative by the Australian Indonesian Association of South Australia.To promote positive relations between Indonesia and South Australia. Indofest-Adelaide brings Indonesian dance, music, food and culture to the heart of Adelaide.

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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

We are Indonesian Catholic bible study community, serving Sydney and Jakarta. Formed in 2004 as a family & in 2009 as a community under CIC. Welcome to our journey!

631 Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia

Service held on every Saturday, 6pm – 8pm @ St. Augustine Church – 631 Bourke St , Melbourne

130 Rosebank Ave Clayton South, Victoria

IMCV is a non-profit religious society dedicated to the promotion of the Islam amongst Indonesian residents in the State of Victoria, Australia.

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Griffith University – Nathan Campus Nathan, Queensland 4111

Indonesian Students Association Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

Studio 331 Level 3, Robert Webster Building The University of New South Wales

We are fortunate to have access to gamelan instruments (slendro and pelog scales) owned by the Australian Museum and the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Sydney. The instruments have been housed at various locations, including the Old Darlington School on the main campus of the University of Sydney until 2015 when they were moved to the Robert Webster Building at the University of New South Wales. See the article by Dr Stan Florek (Australian Museum) about the removal of the Javanese and Balinese gamelan instruments from the Old Darlington School.

Langen Suka holds weekly gamelan practices throughout most of the year on Friday evenings from 6.30 to 8.30 pm

641 George St, Haymarket, NSW, 2000, Australia

Catholic Indonesian Community – St. Peter Julian is a group for Catholic Indonesians residing in Sydney, Australia. Everyone is welcome to come and join our Mass services, Praise and Worship sessions, Workshops, and to hang out!
Mass is on every 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 2.15 pm at St. Peter Julian’s Church, 641 George St. Haymarket, Sydney NSW 2000.We welcome everyone who is interested to serve Him on and/or off Mass. We have weekly programs, great events, and forum where every brothers and sisters in Christ are equal and supportive of each other.

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Macquarie University

PPIA Macquarie( Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia) Indonesian Students Association of Macquarie University

Founded by the increasing number of Indonesian Students of Macquarie University, PPIA
Macquarie was established as a community that overlooks and bridges between Indonesian
students in Macquarie who shares the pride of Indonesia and nurturing each Indonesian student
in Macquarie where the organisation itself has grown in numbers as we have reached 356 active
members who are currently studying at Macquarie University, and up to 3500 students who are
residing in New South Wales state.

PPIA general vision is to emphasise the benefit of organisation in wide terms in hopes to be a
respectful organisation in the international level.
As a non-profit organisation, we have several visions:
1. To connects with students and provide them with numerous useful informations and
stability in adapting in a new environment
2. Channeling ideas and creativities of Indonesian students in NSW in academic, sports
and arts.
3. Introducing and promoting Indonesian culture and heritage in Australia.

3-5 Bryant Street, Rockdale, NSW, 2216, Australia

Welcome to Harvest – A Community of Fresh Hope. We believe that Jesus Christ came to bring love, hope and forgiveness. Harvest exists to connect you to God and to one another.
Harvest Church of Christ was birthed out of a desire to bring fresh hope to a world that is desperately is seeking love, hope and forgiveness. Jesus Christ is the answer to this world.

Only in Jesus can we find true love.

Only in Jesus is there eternal hope.

Only in Jesus can we find forgiveness.

Our desire is to connect you with God and to each other. Jesus came so that we can live life to the full, and so we want to see you be healed and restored, living in healthy relationships and to fulfill your God given gifts and talents.

We believe that God is calling you to become a blessing.

You have been called to live a life bigger than yourselves, to share your story about what Jesus has done in your life and how He is continually transforming you.

Jesus is gathering people together to become a Community of Fresh Hope.

Sunday, 10am (Indonesian)

Baulkham Hills New South Wales 2153, Australia

To deliver the highest quality welfare services to people of Indonesian speaking background and strive to be responsive to the needs of the Indonesian speaking communities with professionalism and efficiency.

IWA offers a wide range of services and support not only for newly arrived Indonesian-speaking migrants but also to the women, men and elderly and the broader members of the Indonesian community in Sydney metropolitan area.

International Chamber House Level 5, 121 Exhibition Street Melbourne VIC 3000

The Australia Indonesia Business Council Ltd (AIBC) is the peak, non-profit business association involved with the promotion and facilitation of trade and investment between Australia and Indonesia.

AIBC members strengthen their business through up-to-date information; benefit from business and social networking; and belong to a business community with significant knowledge and contacts in both Australia and Indonesia. We provide a wide range of services to our members. For detailed information, please refer to member benefits.

48 Munro St, Brunswick, Victoria, 3056 Australia

PPI Australia supports Indonesian students in Australia by facilitating a platform to expand their skills and conscience with accordance to Indonesian identity in improving their competency and striving through global world.

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Monash University

PPIA MONASH UNIVERSITY Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Australia (PPIA) Monash Monash University Indonesian Students Association

The Monash Indonesian Club or also known as PPIA MONASH (Persatuan Pelajar Indonesia Australia) is the association for Indonesian students in Monash University. This is a place where students could build up friendship and knowledge of Indonesian language and culture.

The Monash Indonesian Club is seeking to establish a strong sense of camaraderie between Indonesian students across Melbourne and thus are able to create a place where everyone can achieve more and feel more like we are a big family. We regularly holds and contributes actively toward events involving the club and other university-based associations, to foster networking and the strengthening of community ties, such as the welcoming barbecue, cultural event, movie night, E-sports day, and many more.

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PO Box 405 Subiaco 6904 Western Australia

The Indonesia Institute is a Western Australian-based NGO (Non-Government Organisation) that was founded in November 2010

Our mission and objectives are listed under ‘Our Objectives’ and we are active in promoting Indonesia-Australia relations both in our home state, throughout Australia and in Indonesia.
We have strong and extensive linkages with like-minded organisations in Indonesia and also work closely with other Indonesia-Australia organisations such as the Australia Indonesia Business Council (AIBC) a Australia-Indonesia Youth Association (AIYA) and the Indonesian Consul-General in Perth, WA.
We focus on community, social, political and cultural issues and also in business, commerce and trade matters.

Brisbane, Australia

Indonesian Student Association of QUT (ISAQ) is a branch of Indonesian organisation named Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia (PPIA) that facilitates the entire community of Indonesian students who conducted study at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to assist and build a network with one another. ISAQ is also widely open to all other QUT students who are interested in Indonesia. Through ISAQ, all members can receive the latest updates about the study news, events and exciting activities.

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This site outlines the key activities of the BCNSW in the area of Balinese culture such as gamelan, Balinese dance, and interactions with the wider community. The BCNSW has history of over 20 years in accommodating the interaction between our members, Indonesian community, Indonesia Government, and local people of the New South Wales, Australia.

The BCNSW program aims to advance our mission by cultivating strong, relevant and collaborative partnerships with local communities and government. Another important dimension of BCNSW is to promote and preserve Balinese culture that can be developed and learned by our future generation in Australia.

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