The New South Wales University New Colombo Plan students in Bali
The Australian Consul-General Dr Helena Studdert (standing, centre) and Associate Professor Manolete Mora (left to Dr Studdert) with New Colombo Plan students from the New South Wales University, Australia. The students are in Bali to attend a two week cultural workshop with Sanggar Bona Alit in Bona Village, Gianyar, Bali. The event at the Consul-General’s residence was also attended by local and Australian businesses and NGOs in Bali.
ANZAC Day 2016
The Australian Consulate-General in Bali held a dawn service on Monday 25 April 2016 to commemorate ANZAC Day.
The crowd at this year’s ANZAC Day Service on 25 April 2016 at the Australian Consulate-General in Bali.
Raising the Australian and New Zealand flags at the ANZAC Day Dawn Service on 25 April 2016, Australian Consulate-General in Bali.
Odalan and Harmony Day at the Australian Consulate-General
Staff of the Australian Consulate-General celebrating a combined Harmony Day and local Odalan ceremony, recognising strength through diversity and ensuring the protection and good luck for the office, staff and families for another year (date: 20 April 2016).
Reception with Edith Cowan University New Colombo Plan students and The Hon Steven Ciobo
The Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific, The Hon Steven Ciobo MP (third row, centre), Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, HE Mr Paul Grigson (top right) and the Australian Consul-General to Bali, Ms Helena Studdert (third row, second from left) along with paramedic students from Edith Cowan University. Sanglah Hospital was represented by Dr Andre Dipa, Head of Sanglah Hospital’s Emergency Unit and Foreign Patients Unit (top left).
Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific, The Hon Steven Ciobo MP (centre), Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Mr Paul Grigson (right), and the Australian Consul-General to Bali, Dr Helena Studdert (third from left) with paramedic instructors from the Edith Cowan University (in green uniforms from left to right) Mr Warren Purse, Dr Malcolm Johnston-Leed, Mr David Reid and Mr David Beck