So how hard is the Kokoda Trail? This is the usual question in the minds of many individuals and groups who plan to walk the infamous wartime trail in Papua

The Kokoda Trail The Kokoda Trail is most alluring on the minds of travellers looking for an adventure in Papua New Guinea. No less a luminary than Lilian who got

Your Kokoda Trail trek – most of what you spend stays in Papua New Guinea Firstly, a lion’s share of what you spend on the cost for your Kokoda Trail

Remembering our fallen: The Kokoda Trail & beyond The significance of the challenge It’s challenging deciding to walk the infamous 96 kilometres Kokoda Trail, let alone, tour the northern beachheads

SGT J.P. CAMPBELL, 55/53rd Battalion, 7th December 1942, Age 21 This is a tribute to SGT J.P. Campbell who was killed in action at Sanananda on 7th December 1942 by

Below are just 5 of the many lessons you can be taught from walking the Kokoda Track apart from the military history 1. The Kokoda Track can teach you to

Australians in their hordes flock to walk the Kokoda Trail around Anzac Day than at any other time of the year while many more attend dawn services around the country

You’re organising training for Kokoda but are unsure and unassuming what you need to avoid doubling up on equipment You’re your own gaffer or that of your group charged with

Thinking of doing the Kokoda Trail? Here’s 5 things you’ll see: 1: Famous battles sites Along the 96 kilometre Kokoda Trail, you’ll see famous battle sites and areas of military

Kokoda Track The Kokoda Track is a 96-kilometre trek that crisscrosses the rugged Owen Stanley Range in Papua New Guinea.  It was used as a mail route prior to WW2.