Here are some links to websites and online resources for the Australian Indonesian community:
Australia Indonesia Association (NSW)
The Australia Indonesia Association (AIA) of NSW unites people with a social and cultural interest in Indonesia. The association provides an opportunity to attend Sydney-based Indonesian events and socialise with people who have a common interest in Indonesia.
Australian Indonesian Association of SA
The Australian Indonesian Association of South Australia (AIA of SA) aims to promote better understanding and goodwill between the people of Australia and Indonesia based on friendship and trust. The association is non-political and non-sectarian.
Forum Komunikasi Komunitas Indonesia di Victoria (FKKI-VIC)
Situs ini dipergunakan sebagai wadah berkomunikasi komunitas, organisasi masyarakat dan semua masyarakat umum yang berada di Victoria, Australia. Termasuk kalendar kegiatan.
A site that brings together many Indonesian-related communities and organisations in Victoria, including a calendar of events.
Australia Awards – Scholarship Information
The Australia Awards aim to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours through Australia’s extensive scholarship programs.
Study In Australia
The official Australian Government site for studying in Australia.
GoAbroad offers study programs in Europe, Australia, and South America.
Settling in Australia
Department of Human Services – Migrants Page
Information on how to access government support services for new migrants.
Department of Human Services – Indonesian Resource Page
Resources and information on how to obtain government assistance (and Medicare cards) for migrants, and other resources such as child immunisation. (Page in Bahasa Indonesia.)
AMES – Adult Multicultural Education Services
AMES provides government-sponsored English language education to migrants, as well as job-seeking and settlement assistance.
Komunitas Kawin Campur
This Facebook group is a good place for newly arrived young Indonesians who may be living in Australia in a mixed marriages, seeking others in a similar situation.
Language & Translation
KangGuru di Indonesia
KangGuru adalah organisasi memberikan informasi tentang Australi dan bagaimana cara belajar Bahasa Inggris untuk orang Indonesia.
(KangGuru provides information about Australia and English language learning resources to an Indonesian audience.)
Indodic – Dictionary
An online Indonesian dictionary with quite broad support for variations on Indonesian words (verbs, suffixes, affixes etc).
SBS Indonesian Podcast
A great podcast in Bahasa Indonesia discussing Australian current affairs and events.
Migration & Travel
Australian Embassy – Jakarta
Website of the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.
Australian Department of Immigration
Department of Immigration in Australia – a range of migration-related resources, visa information, forms etc for Indonesians or foreign nationals migrating to or visiting Australia.
Australian Visa – Visa Information & Tracking in Indonesia
For tracking visa applications being processed through the visa processing centres in Bali and Jakarta. Includes tourist, work, family and other visas processed by the Australian authorities in Indonesia. Includes online passport tracking.
Indonesian Consulate – Melbourne
The Indonesian Consulate in Melbourne (includes Tasmania).
Indonesian Consulate – Sydney
The Indonesian Consulate in Sydney (includes Queensland and South Australia).
Indonesian Embassy – Canberra
The Indonesian Embassy in Canberra (ACT), Australia.
Living in Indonesia – Expat Information
Information about living and working in Indonesia, including detailed information about visas, residency, marriage in Indonesia, doing business there and more!
List of Indonesian Restaurants in Melbourne (circa 2012)
Cultural and academic
Indonesia at Melbourne
A joint project of the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts, the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society (CILIS) in the Melbourne Law School, and the Indonesia Forum, with a focus on politics, law, anthropology, culture, history, economics, architecture and public health.