Applications for the 2011-12 Program

Applications are now closed.

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Farewell Function at the Ambassador’s Residence

Our farewell function was held at the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia’s Residence in Jakarta.

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Kendari Farewell

Here is the farewell function from our last night in Kendari.  I think everyone was a bit delirious as we come closer to the end of our AIYEP journey.

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Kendari TV’s Biasa Saja

Kendari TV

Kendari TV Studios

Daniel and Eric did part of their work placement at Kendari TV – working on the comedy show “Biasa Saja”.  Here is a clip of one of the episodes.

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Farewell to Wakatobi

Traditional farewell song.  Vocals by Ozak and Lynn, guitar by Lynn.  Matt Couzens with the camera work.

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KangGuru Indonesia Covers AIYEP

Participants in the 2010-11 Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) work (and play) in Wakatobi, South-east Sulawesi in Jan/Feb 2011

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Wakatobi, as seen by Charlotte

This video speaks for itself.

Charlotte Wheatley

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Tourism Brochure

The Tourism Division have put together a short travel guide to Wangi-Wangi.

(Click the image below to read it)

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AIYEP Kabuenga

Traditional courting ceremony.  The villagers of Waetuno (Wangi-Wangi) throw us a Kabuenga party!  All of the girls look amazing done up in the traditional attire.

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Wild Weather hits Waetuno

Wild weather and flooding hit the shore-front houses of Waetuno – forcing occupants to evacuate.

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