Bali is like an Australian beach with less drugs. In the past, it seems, Australia was a Balinese beach - or maybe a Java beach. Before Muslims ran the last Javanese Majapahit kings out of town and off to Bali, Indonesia was a Hindu country with Sanskrit language . Wealthy Indian rulers and Brahmin priests used gold , as at Angkor Wat, and in 14th century Indonesian gold-miners sailed to Philippines. A golf figurine from that era was excavated and is now held in US.
Legends in east Australia say that foreigners arrived. Bundjalung people of the Yamba-Brisbane region say a ship came from Ngareenbeil, which is Old Balinese for your beloved countrymen. Of the 4 people, 2 had Balinese names. (Ref: Dr Darma Putra. School of Languages. U Qld). The other names are Sanskrit language: Mamoon meaninguncle ; and Gaminyah the one who walks. Gaminyah became a goanna. The 3 others spread out and gave laws and languages to Aboriginal countries. (Ref: The Three Brothers legend. "Australian Dreaming' J Isaacs. Cam.
"Papers of Marjorie Oakes" AIATSIS Canberra.)
The legend is in several blogs, such as Lismore City Council: Heritage.
There is evidence that Sanskrit : Indonesian language was used for names of Aboriginal tribes, legends, places and ceremony, linked to Hindu religion and Vedic traditions. The area is from Arnhem Land to Kangaroo Island SA. with a strong connection to the Darling and Murray rivers.
If anyone is at all interested, then I will rave on.
(or otherwise shut up).