In January 1995 the Australian Attorney General revoked all appointments of wedding officers at Australian international missions. Consequently consular officers can not any longer marry Australians.
Australians may now marry according that is overseas the guidelines regarding the country where the wedding occurs. This means marriage by a minister of religion and a civil registrar under Indonesian law.
You will have to bring to your Consulate that is australian in:
- Copy of Decree genuine if divorced
- Copy of Death Certificate of previous partner if relevant
- Copy of Documentary proof any modification of name (eg, previous wedding certificate/deed poll)
- Delivery certificates are usually needed by the Indonesian authorities which is suggested which you bring these with your
- Fee: A$110 (payable in Rupiah just)
Engaged and getting married under Indonesian law
Generally speaking, people of any nationality might marry in Indonesia supplying they hold among the five religions recognised by Indonesia (Buddhism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Islam, and Protestantism).