Shop 3-4 299 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Casual dining restaurant
Open : Monday – Saturday ,11am -10 pm
Sunday 12 pm -10 pm

151 Avoca St, Randwick NSW 2031, Australia

Serving authentic Indonesian cuisine since 1984
Open hour
Wednesday – Monday : 11.00 am – 11.00 pm
Tuesday : closed

789 Anzac Parade, Maroubra NSW 2035, Australia

TJ Halal Meats has been Eastern Suburbs quality halal butcher shop for over 20 years. TJ Halal Meats is located in the heart of Maroubra Junction where the freshest cuts of meat are delivered daily.

From pre-packaged home made sausages and fine cuts of lamb to a full selection of delicatessen halal meats, we are your one-stop butcher shop! The shop is operated by Austin, the cheery young owner behind the counter will help decide your dinner tonight.

We also have a wide range of Indonesian products.

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Shop 3 / 2922-2926 Logan Road, Underwood Brisbane

Authentic flavour of Indonesia, served in our own unique Sambal Oelek style. We only use the freshest ingredients and no MSG added.
Sambal Oelek is a fun and enjoyable restaurant: great for parties, but also perfect for a quiet meal.
Come and see and taste for yourself.

PO Box 527 Carlton South VIC 3053 Australia

The Australian Indonesian Association of Victoria Inc (AIAV) was formed in 1956, following on from the formation of the AIA of NSW in 1945, and adopted the same goal: “To foster and promote friendship, understanding and good relations between the peoples of Indonesia and Australia”. One of its first activities was to provide host families for a number of Indonesian engineering and architecture students who were in Australia under the Colombo Plan.
For nearly five decades AIAV has had a commitment to the teaching of the Indonesian language (Bahasa Indonesia), holding weekly evening language classes from beginner through to advanced levels. These classes continue to be at the core of the Association’s activities.

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3/10 Vulcan rd Canning Vale, Western Australia

JA car rentals which has been in the family business in providing cars for hire since 2014.
We have 5,8,12 and 14 seaters for hire.

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Shop 304/116-132 Maroubra Rd Maroubra, New South Wales, Australia
+61 2 9344 0900+61 2 9344 0900

Serving authentic Indonesian Cuisine for over 20 years

Shop 5 37 ultimo rd Sydney, Australia
+61 2 8065 5083+61 2 8065 5083

Try our authentic indonesia food at shop 5 37 ultimo rd Haymarket NSW 2000

Sydney, 142 Barker Street, Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
(02) 9399 6101(02) 9399 6101

Ria Sari Indonesian Padang is offering a style of food that is made in a homely way.

439 Harris Street, Ultimo, New South Wales, Australia

Martabak Café Australia is a perfect café for Indonesian food lovers. Our menu includes Peanut Martabak, Chocolate Martabak, Cheese Martabak, Durian Martabak, Roti Canai, Roti Canai with Chicken Curry, Nasi Campur Rendang Sapi, Nasi Campur Kari Ayam, Nasi Kari Ayam, Ayam with Chicken, Sayuran with Vegetable, Ice Cendol, Thai Tea and many more.

Opening hours
Saturday – Sunday : 12 noon – 09.30 pm
Tuesday – Wednesday : 4 pm – 9 pm
Thursday : 11 am – 1 pm, 5 pm – 9 pm
Friday : 4 pm – 9 pm

1039 McDonalds Road, Pokolbin NSW 2320

With magnificent views from every table, our charming restaurant is located on the hill of Windsor’s Edge Vineyard. Here you can relax and enjoy flavourful tastes while looking over the picturesque vines and surrounding country land.

Dine alfresco in the warmer months where you can nestle in the gardens or relax by sunset on the verandah, or get cosy by the fire in winter. Amanda’s has the vista in every season!

Amanda’s On The Edge is fully licensed with a selection of the best wines the Hunter has to offer. Our cheerful and attentive staff will ensure your experience is a pleasure with recommendations offered when ordering to pair your meal with well suited wines.

Sydney, 582 Anzac Parade, Kingsford, New South Wales, Australia

Ubud Indonesian Restaurant is an award winning dining experience, mimicking the local cuisine and atmosphere of Ubud, Bali.

20 Lambert Rd Shop 1A Indooroopilly, Queensland, Australia 4068

Our wide selection of Authentic Indonesian food draws its inspiration from the street stalls and markets of Indonesia, always using the finest, freshest ingredients and aromatic spices in our cooking. Our motivation is simple: to cook food that we enjoy eating ourselves, served in an Indonesian setting that is pleasant and inviting.

We look forward to seeing you either at Sendok Garpu Coopers Plains or Sendok Garpu Indooroopilly.

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Victoria University 300 Flinders Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia

Place of Joy, is a branch from Indonesian Family Church in Perth, WA. Started in 2005 as a church with small number of people, our church soon grows to a community that aims to be a blessing to many people, impacting many lives, both in Melbourne and in Indonesia.

Our vision is to build a strong community based church with far-reaching capability impacting nations.
Our mission is for us to embrace His love and share it to others so together we can change the world to be a better place.

P O Box 1750 Byron Bay, NSW 2481 Australia

Specialises in representing GSM general skilled migrants from all over the world applying for their permanent residence to Australia. Permanent residence leads to full citizenship and Australian Passport.

Shop 1, The Broadwalk 1/114 Emu Bank, Belconnen, 2617

Sanur’s Balinese Restaurant was first established in September 2007 by Hendra Tjhie, who is also the chef of the restaurant. In Sanur’s we offer you Indonesian dishes with great service from our staff. Some traditional cooking methods are used to deliver you the authentic flavour of our dishes. The interior is stylish and yet you can still feel the warmth of the Indonesian decorations trough the restaurant.

Sanur’s is a fully licenced restaurant which allows you to combine our beautifully menu with any wine from the list that we have chose carefully to match our dishes or you can also bring your own wine to accompany your dining experience at Sanur’s.

We also provide take away service for both lunch and dinner (with extra discount for dinner take away for order more than $20) if you wish to enjoy our Indonesian dishes at your home.

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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.

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.


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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