Proposed for late October /November 2019
Just a stones throw from Australia the undefeated advancing Japanese Imperial Force was stopped, pushed back and defeated by Australian Soldiers.
Embed yourself in Australia's history and Join us on our fundraising trek supported by guides, porters, and Maritime Warriors.
Known as one of the world’s most spectacular and challenging treks, the Kokoda Track is one to take on as an experience of a lifetime.
Renowned as the location of the World War II battle between Japanese and Australian forces in 1942. This 96km track will take you from Kokoda village through the rugged mountainous terrain of the Owen Stanley ranges to Owers’ Corner, not far from Port Moresby.
The seven to eight day Kokoda Track has become a pilgrimage for many Australian trekkers, connecting with the land and paying respect to the soldiers who fought and died here. Delve deep into the dark history of the area and immerse yourself in the customs and culture along the track.
This is a fund raising event, every trekker including organisers will be required to fundraise $5000 for their trek and Port Moresby experience.