IndOz is Brisbane’s largest Indonesian cultural festival. It has been held annually since 2013. Organised annually by Australia Indonesia Synergy 2019 marking its 7th year of showcasing Indonesian arts, culture, music, cuisine and tourism. The event was very lively, and was flooded by thousands of visitors from Australian public, international tourists as well as Indonesian community members.
The business networking dinner coincided with the festival at the Town Hall, with Indonesian food and performances for approximately 100 guests, mostly Indonesian and Australian entrepreneurs who are members of the Indonesian and Australian Business Councils Queensland.
Among the guests, Professor Dian Tjondronegoro and Associate Professor Peter Woods from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation and Adjunct Professor Colin Brown from the Griffith Asia Institute had the opportunity to meet with the the Indonesian Ambassador in Canberra, Kristiarto Legowo and the Indonesian Consul General in Sydney, Heru Hartanto Subolo.
“The event was a great opportunity to celebrate the close relationship between Indonesia and Australia, as evidenced by the warm evening marked by some wonderful cultural performances.”
The keynotes from Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner and the Ambassador of Indonesia to Australia were followed by a captivating presentation on the five super-priority destinations from Wonderful Indonesia.
“It was a truly fun and memorable experience!”
More photos of the event are available on the Indoz Festival 2019 website.