Useful links

New to SA?

Welcome to South Australia. We hope that you enjoy your stay here whether it be for a short holiday, a longer period of study/work, or if you are migrating here permanently. This page contains information that may make your time in South Australia more enjoyable.

Indonesian Consular Services

Consular services are available via Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Sydney

The Honorary Consulate, Republic of Indonesia in South Australia is a part time service offering a limited set of consular services.

The Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia in Canberra. 

Migrant information

A guide to services for migrants to South Australia, including language and legal services, are available through Multicultural SA. 

Women’s Information Service

Violence Against Women – information and assistance

For international students

The Study Adelaide website provides information on living and studying at universities in Adelaide, as well as English language schools , and more.

Going to Indonesia?

Are you planning to go to Indonesia? We hope the information below will be of assistance.

For travel tips and cultural information contact the Indonesian Embassy in Canberra.

For travel advisories for Australians travelling to Indonesian visit the Australian Embassy website.


Visa applications can be made through the Consular Services section of the Indonesian Embassy in Canberra. Alternatively, Visa applications can be made through the Indonesian Consulate in Sydney. NOTE: the honorary Indonesian Consulate in Adelaide does NOT process visa applications.

Community Groups

Indonesian Community Groups in South Australia

Australian Indonesian Associations around Australia

Indonesian Media

  • Buletin Indonesia publishes a magazine in Indonesian. It also can be picked up for free from Thuan Phat Supermarket in Central Market, Café Gembira (46 Watson Ave Rose Park) and Bakulan Grocer (594 Goodwood Rd, Daw Park SA 5041).
  • Indomedia publishes a magazine in Indonesian and it’s available at selected cafes and the Central Market.
  • Ozip is an Indonesian language magazine published in Melbourne.
  • Radio Indonesia South Australia: broadcasting from Radio Station 5EBI on 103.1 FM from 5–6pm on Wednesdays.
  • SBS Radio – check times on the website for Indonesian News and language programs. 
  • SBS’s Indonesian Website – check website for Indonesian news and other programs in Indonesian.