A remarkable Balinese Parade at the WIBF17 will showcase Balinese music and dance with Ketut from the insurance ad!
The very own Malang Flower Carnival will surely make your day at the Beach Fest. Take a selfie or two and don't forget to tag us #WIBF17 for a chance to win a competition
Dance performances from various Indonesian communities in Melbourne.
Come and Join Australia's acclaimed Yoga Teacher Trainer, Marcus Felicetti for a 45 minutes free yoga session, only at WIBF17
Fronted by the dynamic vocal duo of South African Soul singer May Parley and rising Melbourne emcee Sinks, 9-piece Dub, Reggae, Hip Hop outfit Echo Drama push the boundaries of Jamaican and Urban music from traditional Roots to new school Ragga flavours. The result is a sound at once steeped in the traditions of Dub and Reggae but also unafraid to draw on modern manifestations such as Hip Hop, Dancehall and DnB.
Gamelan is the traditional ensemble music of Java and Bali in Indonesia, made up predominantly of percussive instruments. The most common instruments used are metallophones played by mallets and a set of hand-played drums called kendhang which register the beat. Enjoy the Gamelan music played by Australian Gamelan enthusiast at the WIBF17.
MARAPU is a "Roots Reggae Band" based in Bali Indonesia.
Since its formation in Jogjakarta 16 years ago in 2000 they have played authentic and original Roots Reggae and have recorded 3 original albums to date and is about to launch their 4th Album.
The band has become extremely popular across Indonesia and their music is played frequently on many radio stations throughout the country. In recent years they have become one of the biggest Reggae bands in Bali and Indonesia, performing regularly at some of the hottest live music venues in the country
Julian Banks Group features some of Australia’s finest musicians collaborating with stellar Indonesian percussionist Cepi Kusmiadi on the Kendang Sunda.
Kusmiadi’s bubbling magic on this beautiful traditional Indonesian instrument creates the perfect bed for the modern grooves and melodic sensibilities of Julian Banks’s original compositions, and will provide a unique experience for Australian audiences unfamiliar with the sound of Kendang Sunda.
After many successful performances in Indonesia including the 2016 Ubud Jazz Festival, this group are showcasing this music for the very first time in Australia at WIBF ’17, so come down and treat your ears to ‘Julian Banks Group’
Satay Truck is the first Indonesian food truck in Melbourne. Serving its specialties, the delicious Indonesian Satay and Nasi Uduk (Indonesian take on Nasi Lemak), this is a must try food on your list.
‘Kaki Lima’ literally translated from bahasa, means ‘five feet’, referring to the pedestrian sidewalks that the hawkers and food carts would gather at, creating impromptu eating destinations, which were always five feet wide. Kaki Lima’s modern take on Indonesian street food is filled with nostalgic childhood memories in Indonesia.
Diana"s kitchen is a Melbourne based Indonesian catering
We thrive to serve best quality of homemade Indonesian Food in Melbourne Area.
A family friendly Restaurant serving different kind of authentic delicious Indonesian food
Famous Indonesian meatballs delivered to your door.
Roling Scoops is a Melbourne based Natural artisan Gelato. Their products use organic milk, 100% natural ingredients, with no preservatives
no added color, no eggs and suitable for vegetarians
WellZones bakery was founded in April 2016. With dedicated Gluten Free kitchen facilities in Melbourne they have created amazing collections of menu. Sample their delicious health goodies at WIBF17. Whether its Dairy Free, Soy Free, Egg Free, Vegan or Paleo food, they have it for you.