The Australia-Indonesia Institute
The Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) was established by the Australian Government in 1989 to contribute to a more broadly based and enduring relationship between Australia and Indonesia and to project positive images of Australia and Indonesia in each other’s country. The AII supports initiatives that strengthen people-to-people links and encourage deeper mutual understanding and cooperation between both countries.
Asia Institute, the University of Melbourne
Deakin University has an excellent reputation; it is now in the top 3% of the world’s universities. Their staff have many years of combined industry experience and are leaders in their fields, including Indonesian. One of the highlights of studying Indonesian at Deakin is the in-country study program, which enriches and accelerates students’ understanding of Indonesian language, culture, history and politics.
Australia Indonesia Business Council
The AIBC VIC Chapter is a vibrant group of AIBC members comprising National Corporate, Corporate, SMEs and other members who are interested in promoting business opportunities between Australia and Indonesia. AIBC Vic works closely with relevant Victorian Government departments, Indonesian Consulate General, related Indonesian organisations and communities, including NAILA.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre
The Australia-Indonesia Centre brings together leading research institutions, business and government in both nations to build stronger relationships and cultural understanding, and to create lasting impact from collaborative research. The AIC is driving growth in the relationship by creating a multi-stakeholder network between Australia and Indonesia that generates research excellence and high-impact relationships for the mutual benefit of both nations.
The Australia Indonesia Centre proudly sponsors the 2017 Senior Award.
The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS)
The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies is an innovative, non-profit, national educational consortium that was established in 1994 to overcome the substantial academic, bureaucratic, and immigration impediments that had prevented Australian students from undertaking credited semester study at Indonesian universities. Today ACICIS runs the Study Indonesia Program (SIP) which consists of a variety of study options in Indonesia and is also open to non-Australians and private individuals.
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia (PPIA)
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia (PPIA) or Indonesian Students’ Association of Australia has been established on March 13, 1981 in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. As one of the most prominent Indonesian student organisation in Australia, it has purpose to serve and unite Indonesian students across Australia. Moreover, PPIA is a medium of communication and interaction for all Indonesian students across Australia. The goals are to establish a strong sense of fellowship among Indonesian students and to give contribution to the nation in terms of cultural recognition as a foreign community.
As the leading Indonesian community magazine in Australia, OZIP is a monthly free magazine based in Melbourne since 2002, and distributed in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, and Canberra. Printed on luxurious glossy paper, the content of OZIP always comes from a high dedication from its journalists, photographers, and column contributors. The bilingual articles cover various aspects such as culture, education, information, current affairs, lifestyle, tourism, fashion as well as culinary. As the digital lifestyle increases, OZIP also provides the online version through the website: www.ozip.com.au, and social media. OZIP is accessible for the readers from different demographic backgrounds.
BUSET is the most talked about Indonesian magazine in Australia. Put it simply, BUSET is an expression of surprise or awe, similar to ‘wow!’ BUSET prides itself in bringing the latest in community news and events. With Indonesian culture as the main focus,BUSET also highlights the importance and significance of embracing multiculturalism in Australia. Now entering its 13th year, the magazine maintains free monthly publication across Australia with the majority of distribution points in Metropolitan Victoria. The official website www.buset-online.com and social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) are always up to date with the latest and best from across Australia.
Radio Kita (RK) is part of the 3ZZZ Melbourne Ethnics Communities Radio broadcasting in Brunswick Melbourne. RK has been on air for nearly 30 years and has been regularly broadcasting in Bahasa Indonesia on Friday from 8-9 PM at 92.3 FM as well as streaming on www.3ZZZ.com.au. Supported by loyal and dedicated volunteers, RK has been a vital media that contributes significantly to Indonesian communities in Victoria in the dissemination of current news and information from the home country of Indonesia. RK works closely with various community groups, government agencies, universities, schools and faith-based organizations across Victoria.
Love and Hate Radio
Love and Hate Radio is an Indonesian community radio program in Melbourne airing every Wednesday from 8-10 PM at 94.1 FM. The program aims to accompany listeners who just get off from work or have some free time. Love and Hate Radio plays songs from the oldies until the current top 40s, which varies every week according to listeners. Laugh together, know more about Indonesian culture, request a song that you want to listen, and enjoy the program only at “Love and Hate Radio”!
SBS Radio Indonesian
SBS Radio is the world’s most linguistically diverse radio network, broadcasting in more than 70 language programs to a potential audience of more than three million Australians who speak a language other than English in their homes. The portfolio includes SBS Radio 1, 2 and 3, SBS Radio 4, SBS Arabic 24 including SBS PopAraby, SBS PopDesi, SBS Chill and SBS PopAsia. We take risks with original, innovative content. We are committed to quality broadcasting whatever the platform. The SBS Radio Indonesian program is broadcast every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The program and podcasts can be accessed at our website www.sbs.com.au/indonesian, our facebook page or through the SBS Radio App. It is recognised as a source of information and interaction for all Indonesian speakers including learners of Indonesian.