Volunteering in Indonesia
Meet Australia's largest neighbour
Stretching over 5,000 kilometres of ocean and made up of approximately 17,000 islands, Indonesia is home to over 264 million people. By far the largest country in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is an important friend to Australia and plays a critical role in determining the future of the region.
Australian volunteers help strengthen Australia-Indonesia ties by building relationships and supporting economic and social development across the country. Volunteer assignments focus on a range of issues including environmental protection, access to health services and education, gender equality, disability inclusion and disaster and emergency management.
Browse the assignments below and discover the rich experiences and opportunities on offer in this diverse and regionally significant country.
Current opportunities in Indonesia
Australian Volunteers Program in Indonesia
The Gaya Dewata Foundation has worked with gay and transgender communities in Bali for the last 20 years.