Australia is to recall its ambassador to Indonesia following the executions of drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Eight people including the two Australians were killed by firing squad this morning, local media reports say.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that ambassador Paul Grigson would be withdrawn.
Mr Abbott said he hoped the executions will not permanently damage the relationship with Indonesia, but it was "a dark time" for the two countries.
Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop said that Australia would keep pushing for the death penalty to be eradicated from regional legal systems.
Six others were executed at Nusakambagan prison island in central Java; Indonesian Zainal Abidin, Brazilian Rodrigo Gularte, Nigerians Sylvester Obiekwe Nwolise, Raheem Agbaje Salami and Okwudili Oyatanze, and Ghanaian Martin Anderson.
The Brazilian government is evaluating ties with Indonesia before deciding what action to take. The country's ambassador in Jakarta was recalled after the first execution in January.
The New Zealand Government condemned Indonesia's use of the death penalty with the Foreign Minister, Murray McCully, saying New Zealand was dismayed by the executions.
David Shearer, says the killings are deplorable and will diminish Indonesia's standing in the world, while doing nothing to reduce its drug trafficking problem.
Labour's foreign affairs spokesperson David Shearer said the killings were deplorable and will diminish Indonesia's standing in the world, while doing nothing to reduce its drug trafficking problem.
Mr Shearer said the Government had been too quiet about the killings.
Phillipine woman's execution delayed
A spokesman for Indonesia's Attorney General's Office said the execution of Mary Jane Veloso, a Filipina mother of two who was arrested in 2010 after she arrived in Indonesia with 2.6 kg of heroin hidden in her suitcase, had been delayed.
He said the delay was in response to a request from the Philippine government for her to give evidence regarding a suspected drug courier arrested on Tuesday.
Authorities on Monday granted Andrew Chan's final wish, which was to marry his Indonesian girlfriend at the prison. But they rebuffed last-minute appeals from Australia to save the lives of the pair, who were arrested in 2005 as the ringleaders of a plot to smuggle heroin out of Indonesia.
Earlier Indonesian security forces had moved into the Cilacap port area in central Java to clear several hundred members of the public away from the ferry terminal which services Nusakambangan prison island.
More than 1200 security officers from the police and military were involved in operations supporting this round of executions.
The families of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran had made an eleventh hour plea for the men's lives.
Michael Chan said both his brother and Myuran Sukumaran were "dignified" ahead of the executions, which he said amounted to "cruel, undignified torture".
Raji Sukumaran pleaded with president Joko Widodo for clemency for her son, while his brother, Chintu, said the executions prisoners would do little to address the drug problem in Indonesia.
- ABC / AAP / Reuters