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Terrorist attacks could occur anywhere at any time in Indonesia, including Bali.
Be particularly vigilant during the Christmas and New Year period as gatherings of Westerners could be targeted.
There is a high threat of attacks against Western targets.
Visitors travelling on an Emergency Passport will only be able to enter Indonesia if they have obtained a visa from an Embassy or Consulate of Indonesia.
Visas are non-transferable, but may be extended once only for an additional 30 days without leaving the country.
You should also carry copies of a recent passport photo with you in case you need a replacement passport while overseas.
We advise you to exercise a high degree of caution in Indonesia, including Jakarta, Bali and Lombok, due to the high threat of terrorist attack.
Indonesian authorities continue to arrest terrorists who have allegedly been in the advanced stages of attack planning.
The terrorist threat level in Indonesia remains high.
Indonesian immigration staff may refuse entry to Indonesia to Australians with a criminal record, regardless of how long ago the offence took place.
Australians concerned about the possibility of being denied entry, should consider contacting an Embassy or Consulate of Indonesia before departure.
If you plan to be in Indonesia for more than 90 days, you must register with the local immigration office and hold the correct visa.
Make sure your passport has at least six months' validity from your planned date of return to Australia.
Extremists in Indonesia may seek to carry out small scale violent attacks with little or no warning.