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Kokoda Trail Expeditions

Safe, Affordable & Eco-Friendly Kokoda Trail Treks in Papua New Guinea

There are few places on the planet as lush, beautiful and wild as the jungles of Papua New Guinea. The Kokoda Trail is a true trekking adventure that winds along vine-choked trails, past raging rivers and through rugged and isolated terrain in the footsteps of Australian military history. Join us on a 9 or 10 day trek with a small or a big group of fellow adventurers led by our expert local or Australian historian guides.

We offer a wide variety of treks and tours with options suitable for all ages, interest and activity levels ranging from tours of the beachheads of Buna, Sanananda and Gona to a complete 13 day trek and tour of the entire battle trail from Owers Corner to Kokoda...truly an epic adventure! Visit our Treks and Tours section for detailed descriptions and more information.

Kokoda Trail treks that honour the past while protecting the future

Kokoda Trail

The Kokoda Trail winds through the wild and untamed wilderness that a small group of young, inexperienced and ill-equipped Australian soldiers bravely and valiantly fought to defend against the advance of the Japanese Army during the Kokoda Campaign of World War II. Every Kokoda Trail trek that we lead is in honour of not only these brave soldiers but the local “Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels” whose support and knowledge was critical for victory. Our treks and tours directly benefit local communities and we operate under strict eco-sensitive trekking guidelines to maintain the environment of this amazing area for future generations. We’re proud partners of the The Kids Cancer Project, supporting kids with cancer, and source our local employees and fresh fruits and vegetables from villages along the trail route. Our expert guides have successfully led celebrities including Russell Crowe, Bridie Carter and Rowan Atkinson on military history treks and client safety is our number one priority. We have an extensive risk management program in place and are a fully insured tour operator registered in both Australia and Papua New Guinea. The Kokoda Trail is more than just a challenging trek through incredible wilderness; it’s literally a walk in history. Discover the incredible natural wilderness of Papua New Guinea and the fascinating history of the Kokoda Trail on a trek with Kokoda Trail Expeditions. Visit our Booking Page now for more information and special pricing on all treks and tours.

View our Kokoda Military History interactive maps >> (click here)

Not a Fan of Trekking? Well, There’s Much More to Our Tours than That!

If you are not too wild about the idea of trekking the Kokoda Trail, you can still join us on our tours of Papua New Guinea. Places like Buna, Gona, Sanananda, Rabaul, Tufi and Milne Bay are not just rich in history, but they also offer many other fun activities apart from trekking.


For history-lovers, Rabaul offers attractions including Bitapaka War Cemetery, Karavia Japanese barge tunnels, Montevideo Maru memorial, the volcanic calderas of Matupit and Vulcan, and 2/22nd Battalion memorials. The latter were built in the memory of an Australian Garrison Lark Force and its troops who were overwhelmed and captured in Rabaul by Japanese in WW2. A few of them escaped while others were massacred at Tol Plantation. Another large number of these POWs were drowned when the Montevideo Maru was sunk by US submarines. Today, Rabaul remembers these brave soldiers and preserves their history. Click here to book.


If you aren’t interested in trekking or military history, our tours have quite a lot more to offer. Located on the north coast of Papua New Guinea, Tufi is an ideal destination for diving and fishing. Overlooking the Solomon Sea and exquisite tropical creeks and inlets, the area is a paradise for divers and fishermen alike.

For tourists, there's plenty to see and do in Tufi, including scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, traditional outrigger canoe safaris, bird-watching, fishing and village stays. Adding to its charm is its rich cultural heritage and historical background. Tufi is also home to World War II wrecks of PT boats, a Black Jack B17 and Pistoff B25 Mitchell bombers which are open for exploration for avid and experienced divers. Click here to book.

Milne Bay

Located towards the eastern end of Papua New Guinea is the maritime province of Milne Bay where a decisive WW2 battle took place around the same time the Kokoda campaign was underway. The area has a rich marine biodiversity as well as military and cultural history. It was in Milne Bay that Australian and Allied troops first defeated the invading Japanese on land. On visiting Milne Bay, you will learn about its role during the war and get the chance to take part in several other fun activities. You will visit villages and skull caves, and scuba dive and fish sunken barrier reefs stretching many nautical miles along its southern coast. Expect to see Spanish mackerel, yellow-fin tuna, giant trevally, wahoo and barracudas. Click here to book.

So, even if you don’t feel like trekking the beautiful Kokoda Trail, you can still become a part of our tours and have the time of your life in beautiful Papua New Guinea. To book a tour visit our Booking Page




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  1. Are you planning on doing Kokoda and trekking through the actual battle sites where many diggers fought and fell? Do you want to experience breathtaking views from high up on the majestic Owen Stanley Range which is criss-crossed by the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea? Do you want to meet the actual descendants of the selfless and famous Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels who helped carry seriously wounded Australian soldiers in the heat of the battle during the Kokoda Campaign? If so then you're in the right spot! Contact us today for our affordable trek and tour prices. You can do that by sending us an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or by calling us on 043 848 3789 or (02) 8958 8813.
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  2. Hiya! Our Kokoda t-shirts and caps are popular and selling like hot cakes. But the good news is you don't even have to buy a pair or get a piece because you'll get yours absolutely free when you book to tour or trek with Kokoda Trail Expeditions. If you're a group, we'll dress every single one of you with the t-shirts and caps! And what's even better is you'll all look fantastically awesome, besides not even needing uniforms for your trek!
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  3. Hi all! Our ANZAC Day treks and tours are still open for booking. There are plenty of spots available. This is a tour of a lifetime and includes attending the moving ANZAC Day dawn service at Bomana War Cemetery on the outskirts of Port Moresby. In 2018, we'll be celebrating the dawn service at Isurava battlefield along the famous Kokoda Trail. But if you plan on trekking next year rather than this year then let us know. We are always availble to assist and give you guidance where we can on how to plan your trip, what to take, and what not to take. For more information, send us an email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or call us on 043 848 3789 or (02) 8958 8813.
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  4. Due to intechnicalities with the use of Paypal and online payments that arise from time to time, if you plan on booking your trek or tour, the best way to do it would be doing it offline. This involves sending us a website enquiry or email with details of your trip. We'll get back to you in 24 hrs with an invoice and our bank details. You can pay like what most people have done - through direct bank transfer. If you're leaving overseas, a good option is telegraphic transfer (transfer by wire). In this case, get in touch with us so we can give you the relevant banking information. If you have any issues regarding payments, please don't hesitate to contact us as we are alway happy to help. Our email address is: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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  5. Hi everyone! In our previous post, we informed you about our new Kokoda Trail Expeditions website that was soon to be launched. Unfortunately, due to design setbacks, there's an indefinite delay. We are, however, working around the clock on the issue to identify a suitable web designer and developer to work on the site for the sake of our clients (you!). This will give you the flexibility to book your trek and/or tour on your mobile device from just about anywhere. We sincerely apologise for the delay but are positive we'll have a good website for you very soon.
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  6. 'Trek 4 a Cure' is a charity partnership between Kokoda Trail Expeditiions, and The Kids Cancer Project (TKCP) to support childhood cancer research and treatment here in Australia. Three children die every week from cancer and Kokoda Trail Expeditions aims to work closely with TKCP to help lower this frightening statistic. If you want to make your Kokoda trek more meaningful, join a 'Trek 4 a Cure' and help find a cure for childhood cancer. About 10% of the trek costs goes back to the good work TKCP is doing for kids with cancer. It's been planned that we'll have a bigger and better 'Trek 4 a Cure' in 2019. If you want to join this trek or are interested in supporting, you can contact us at anytime so we can put you in touch with the right people so you can begin your fundraiser.
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  7. To the general public who plan on visiting Papua New Guinea and/or doing Kokoda, you can read news and weekly social media updates about the Kokoda Track and Papua New Guinea on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. If you'd like, you can leave a comment or send us a message. And don't forget to follow and like us :) Thanks and have a great day!

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  8. There's growing interests among many trekkers doing Kokoda to visit the beachheads at Gona, Sanananda, and Buna on the north coast of Papua New Guinea. The Battle of the Beachheads has notoriety in the Second World War as one of the most ferocious battles in our military history following the Kokoda Campaign. Many soldiers lost their lives on the beachheads so going back there is signifcantly important so we can remember and pay them our respects. It can be a very sombre and emotional experience for many of us who have had relatives or a family member serve at Gona-Sanananda-Buna. If you plan on visiting the beachheads, contact us today so we help arrange a good trip for you - a trip that not only focusses on military history, but one that takes in the sights and sound of beautiful Gona, Sanananda, and Buna!
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  9. What are your travel plans for 2017? Do you intend to travel overseas on holidays? Are you an outdoorsy type of a person? If so then we'd like to highly recommend the Kokoda trek for you in Papua New Guinea. It's a challenging and an awesome experience and won't dissapoint. You can do it on your own or with a couple of friends to share the experience. It's unique, it's tough, and it's humbling. Humbling because you will be following the footsteps of diggers in WW2, and experiencing the conditions they were exposed to, so you get to appreciate the significance of their sacrifices - fighting for our freedom so we can enjoy it like we do today!

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  10. We know there are people out there who want to tour or trek Kokoda and attend Fuzzy Wuzzy Day at Kokoda. At this point in time, we don't have confirmed dates for Fuzzy Wuzzy Day. We'll inform everyone when we get a confirmation for the sake of all those who want to visit and attend this day to commemorate the services of the famous native war carriers who worked very closely with the Australians during the Kokoda Campaign in WW2.

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  11. We don't just let you trek Kokoda with us. One of our responsibilities is making sure we provide you with some trek outfitting or give you advice on what you should bring with you for your Kokoda trek. Please contact us if you have any questions in this regard.
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Expertly guided & SAFE Kokoda Trail Treks & Buna, Gona & Sanananda Tours

Multiple itinerary, trek and tour options to match your fitness and interest levels

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tick Free Pre-Trek Fitness Program

General & Public Liability Insurance with Liberty International Underwriters


Radios, Emergency Satellite Communications & Emergency Evacuation Plans for All treks & tours

tick 4-Star Hotel Accommodation in Port Moresby

Quality Australian Rations and Hotel Meals & water purification

tick Reliable and affordable Road Transport & Aircraft Charters

Guided Tour of Bomana War Cemetery included in all Treks


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