IndOz – Brisbane's Biggest Indonesian Food, Travel & Music Festival ·

IndOz – Brisbane’s Biggest Indonesian Food, Travel & Music Festival Starts This Friday

Brisbane’s biggest Indonesian cultural festival, IndOz, will be held this Friday and Saturday at King George Square, central Brisbane. The two day family festival features Indonesian food, a travel inspo stand, live music, dance, night markets and more.

The festival showcases and celebrates the diversity of Indonesia‘s culture. The Wonderful Indonesia travel inspiration stand will have plenty of tips for families and couples planning a relaxing holiday. Travel deals will be offered by Flight Centre and Mojo Surf during the festival.

The world’s favourite Indonesian dishes will be available. Think spicy Rendang (beef simmered in coconut milk) winner of the World’s Top 50 Food Competition. Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Satay (grilled meat skewers), Soto (aromatic soup) and Gado Gado (mixed vegetable salad with peanut sauce) perfect for vegetarians!

Performances will include:

  • Reog Ponorogo – traditional dance from East Java
  • Umbrella Dance from West Sumatra
  • Traditional Fan Dance from South Sulawesi
  • Jaipong Dance from West Java
  • Geed Up – playing Queensland’s all-time-favourite playlists
  • Asia87 – playing Indonesia’s all-time-favourite playlists
  • Plus heaps more

This year’s schedule is as follows:

Friday 23rd August, 2019:
12:00 – 21:00

  • Day Night Market & Live Music
  • Special Indonesian Cultural Performances
  • Wonderful Indonesia Travel Inspiration Stand
  • Handicraft market stalls
  • Indonesian food bazaar
  • After dark live music

Saturday 24th August, 2019:
11:00 – 17:00

  • Indonesian Traditional Costume Parade – Queen Street Mall, Brisbane.
  • Indonesian traditional performances
  • Wonderful Indonesia Travel Inspiration Stand
  • Live music
  • Handicraft market stalls
  • Indonesian food bazaar

The festival has been held annually since 2013 and this year is expected to be the best yet. The Indoz Festival has received wide acknowledgement by the Queensland State Government and the City of Brisbane as one of the biggest cultural events in Queensland, particularly in Brisbane.

Wonderful Indonesia is a major sponsor of this year’s festival. With 17,000 islands, 350 ethnicities, 400 years of colonial history and among the world’s greatest variety of exotic spices, plants and marine life, Indonesia offers something for every type of traveller.

Bali is a short 6hr flight from Brisbane with daily departures from either Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Qantas and Malindo Air.

For more information on the festival visit and for more travel inspiration to Indonesia visit

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