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Damian S
Sun, 10 Feb 2019 07:35 EST
Foreign Aid
How much is Indonesia giving Australia to assist the needy affected by flooding, fires and drought?
Leanne Schloss
Mon, 20 Aug 2018 20:37 EDT
Apologise
I would like to apologize to Indonesia and Indonesians for some of the above comments. There are definitely some rude people around who no nothing about Indonesia only what they read in the papers and make up their minds from that.
Meredeka Indonesia
Gayle
Sun, 25 Feb 2018 19:02 EST
Tablets
Hi. Going to Bali but Mum requires tablets to take
Endone 5mg
Targin. How do we go about getting a clearance on these pls.
Albert Spiers
Tue, 22 Nov 2016 22:30 EST
Indonesian Consular services
The two numbers listed on Google as that of the Indonesian Consul in Brisbane are inactive. Disconnected.

Calling the Embassy in Canberra is as inutile. They receive calls direct the calls to an answering service which does not respond. It is difficult to confirm whatever advise there is on their website (Indonesian Embassy) because from experience the information concerning visa requirements (in this case visa free inquiries) is not understood or relayed to the immigration officers.

It is not a dificult task to have someone answer your calls.
Paul
Sun, 18 Sep 2016 18:12 EDT
Is there a 6 months time requirement leaving Indonesia
I will be coming home from Bali to Australia and my passport has less than 6 months to expiry.
Is that a problem ???
Ruth Birgin
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 23:57 EDT
Please find your hearts and stop the executions
The so called drug emergency in Indonesia will not be impacted by firing squads. Instead, state killing of people in cold blood presents a distortion of your amazing country - full of compassionate and spiritual people. You are also undermining proportionality in the rule of law and actively denigrating human rights. Please stop and instead adopt an evidence based humane approach to drug use.
yvo cleyman
Thu, 20 Aug 2015 19:52 EDT
neighbours
To many Australians don't have a proper prospective of Indonesia and Indonesians I have travelled extensively in Indonesia and have always been welcomed by the locals. Indonesians are very proud people and do dislike to be told by westerners how to live, this is understandable if one knows about the history of oppression during colonial years. We can't always agree on situations but must accept the laws of our neighbours, even if they clash with our concept of right and wrong.
Philippa
Thu, 6 Aug 2015 00:05 EDT
I'm so sorry
While there are some emotional issues, some of the comments here are disgusting, racist and just ignorant. I apologise for the complete ignorance, racist comments and general lack of intelligence displayed on this official site.
I'm embarrassed!
martin Mumford
Mon, 4 May 2015 02:32 EDT
stop executions now
Stop the executions now! we are in 2015 you stupid people!
I support Australia to stop giving your country money!
Your nothing but backward animals
Widodo's Executioner
Sat, 2 May 2015 03:53 EDT
kill do do
rapists, Murderers, Terrorists etc. They all are allowed to walk freely in Indonesia. This Country is so corrupt and so is their Government. Killing 2 Australians was only a Political Issue to these Monkeys. I say, stop all financial Aid to them. All Indonesians on Death row wherever, execute them and do not listen to the Indonesian Presidents Plights. They deserve the same treatment as they do it to us. Islam is a dying religion because the next Christian Crusade is not far off and then we wipe that dirty Breed from this Planet.

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