Australia is providing $2 million worth of personal protective equipment to the Indonesian military to assist in that country's fight against COVID-19.
The Royal Australian Air Force will deliver surgical gloves, gowns, masks and thermometers as part of existing defence cooperation between the neighbouring nations.
Federal defence minister Linda Reynolds said Indonesia and Australia share a history of cooperation, particularly in times of need.
"Just as Indonesia helped us during the bushfire crisis earlier this year, we are pleased to be able to help our Indonesian friends during these uncertain times," she said in a statement on Saturday.
Defence is also sharing knowledge and lessons learned from the Australian COVID-19 response with the Indonesian military.