The Australia-Indonesia Centre brings together leading research institutions, business and government in both nations to build stronger relationships and cultural understandings, and to create lasting impact from collaborative research. We drive 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.
Australia and Indonesia must develop shared competitive advantages to seize trillion-dollar opportunities
Australia and Indonesia are well positioned to work together to win parts of global supply chains at a time when a three trillion-dollar opportunity is opening up, according to a new report, Succeeding Together, prepared by ANZ and PwC for the Australia-Indonesia Centre.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre welcomes the delegates of the second AIC Emerging Leaders Program. The delegates will participate in leadership trainings at four of Australia’s top universities, masterclasses with senior Australian diplomats and business leaders and a range of cultural experiences.
The internationally acclaimed Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) has taken a significant step towards performing at an historic 9th century temple in Indonesia, in what would be one of the most exciting cultural moments in the Australia-Indonesia relationship.
More than 300 Australian business leaders and ministers will arrive in Indonesia next week in the wake of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s visit to Jakarta, as Canberra seeks to explore new business opportunities with its northern neighbor.
Australian fashion made a breakthrough today on the biggest event of Indonesia’s fashion calendar.