The Indo-Pacific is marked by regional uncertainty and the existing multilateral institutions and bilateral partnerships are facing a variety of limitations. Deeper trilateral cooperation and more robust strategic conversations between Australia, India and Indonesia could boost regional stability and benefit all three. While these nations do engage in preliminary trilateral dialogues and cooperative initiatives, the activities thus far have neither been designed strategically nor been part of a broader trilateral framework. This report, published by Observer Research Foundation (ORF) New Delhi, addresses this gap and offers a policy framework to elevate the trilateral relationship between India, Australia and Indonesia.