Sixty-eight migrants from Afghanistan have been arrested in Indonesia as they were planning to enter Australia illegally, a report said Friday. The migrants were arrested in a hotel at the beach resort of Anyer, near the capital Jakarta, and are due to be handed over to immigration authorities, state news agency Antara said. "The 68 Afghan citizens will be picked up by immigration officials this afternoon," Cilegon district police chief Dwi Gunawan was quoted as saying. Gunawan said the Afghans planned to travel to Australia.