Australia’s sunshine state of Queensland makes many Indonesian’s feel at home due to its tropical climate and friendly people. AIYA QLD has been active since 2012 and provides a space for young people from all kinds of backgrounds to engage and learn about the other country. AIYA QLD hosts a number of events throughout the year, if you’d like to attend an event, you can follow the Chapter for updates on social media:

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Committee Members

Ceria's involvement in organisation started as soon as she arrived in Brisbane. Her passion for meeting new crowds, teaching, and learning about diversity and inclusiveness has motivated her to share the experience with a bigger audience. Having a more prominent platform in AIYA, Ceria hopes to strengthen the relationship where both Australia and Indonesia will receive greater goods.

Ceria Amidjaja

Chapter President

Nola is an undergraduate psychology student at the University of Queensland. She enjoys learning about culture and diversity, moreover in understanding different perspectives. She believes that AIYA is the best place to grow and develop. Nola hopes AIYA can be a bridge to strengthening Australia and Indonesia relationships in many great aspects.

Naolani Riona


Dias is in her final year of studies in Bachelor of Engineering majoring in Mechanical engineering. She is interested in learning about the connection between Indonesia and Australia beyond political and governmental relations. Through AIYA, Dias hopes to broaden her connections not only to students but also to a bigger community of people.

Dias Hardanti

Events Officer

I was born and raised in Indonesia. Moved to Australia when I was 18 to take my degrees. Graduated from diploma of business marketing and communications and now i’m on my final semester to get my bachelor of business marketing at Queensland university of technology. I joined AIYA QLD from 2020 and decided stay until this 2023 chapter.

Audrey Cantika

Communications Officer

Katya is currently taking Master's of Communication for Social Change program at The University of Queensland. Prior study at UQ, she had worked for several years in Marketing and Communication area across industries. In her free time, she enjoys taking pictures with film camera and listening to music.

Katya Prijanka

Communications Officer

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