Put together with the help of the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce, the festival will see almost 50 Indonesian dancers entertain the crowd, a 10-piece band, a fashion show and a number of Indonesian food and craft stalls.
A spokesperson from the Indonesian Consulate said it was a good opportunity for them to showcase their rich culture to the people of WA.
Chamber of Commerce chief executive Tim Milsom said WA people had a strong relationship with Indonesia and the festival was a way to strengthen that.
‘People will experience a cultural exchange of nations and they can enjoy the colourful vibrancy that the Indonesian people bring to music and dance,’ he said.
‘We are hoping for wonderful weather and a joyous experience of dance and music and an exchange of cultures that will help cement the already strong relationship we enjoy with the Indonesian people.’
The Indonesian Festival is at Bathers Beach on February 15 from 6pm.