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Advance to Kokoda Reenactment

On the 24th of July 1942 seventy six years ago, A Company of the 39th Australian Infantry Battalion started their arduous trek across the Kokoda Track to join their mates from B Company, already in ...More!

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ANZAC Day Kokoda Treks 2020

Kokoda is THE formative Australian battle, a battle that showed that Australia could stand on its' own feet and defend its' shores. For those that have put it off thus far, ANZAC Day 2020 is the year ...More!

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Australian Led Kokoda

We now refer to walking the Kokoda Track as "The Great Pilgrimage", a journey that will take you to one of Australia's most important WWII battle sites and immerse you that history. Walking the Kokoda...More!

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Fast Kokoda Australian Led

 "The Great Pilgrimage", that usually takes 9 days of walking, in this expedition takes only 6. While quite a bit quicker than the usual journey, you will still gain a great appreciation of the c...More!

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Fast Kokoda Local Led

 "The Great Pilgrimage", that usually takes 9 days of walking, in this Kokoda trek takes only 6. While quite a bit quicker than the usual journey, you will still gain a great appreciation of the ...More!

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Full Kokoda Schools Program

The Kokoda Track School Expeditions have been specifically designed to embrace the Curriculum Standards and Values that every school and student endeavor to achieve. It covers Leadership, Geography, H...More!

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Full Kokoda Schools Program Kagi Village Stay

The Kokoda Track School Expeditions have been specifically designed to embrace the Curriculum Standards and Values that every school and student endeavor to achieve. It covers Leadership, Geography, H...More!

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Kokoda Back to Back

The "Great Pilgrimage" has now become a whole lot harder. Not only will we walk the Track in 6 days, but when we reach the end, we will turn around and head back to where we started. This 15 day adve...More!

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Kokoda Track and Northern Beachheads Trek

Join us as we trek Kokoda and end the trek with a visit to the Northern Beachheads. This expedition runs south to north (Owers Corner to Kokoda) following the Australian Advance along the trail....More!

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Local Led Kokoda

As interest in Australia's cultural identity and recent history grows, walking the Kokoda Track has become a rite of passage for a new generation of Australians. Walking the Kokoda Track involves 50 ...More!

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Milne Bay Historical Tour

The Battle of Milne Bay was a turning point in the war, it was the first time the Allies were able to defeat the Japanese on land, Australian's played a very large part in this victory. This battle c...More!

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Mt Giluwe Traverse

It is hard to imagine that new territories were still being discovered less than 100 years ago in Papua New Guinea. This account from the Leahy brothers and their travels of exploration throughout the...More!

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Mt Kabangama Traverse

Mt Kabangama is a complete mystery to us. There is virtually no information about the mountain on the internet other than it stands between Mt Wilhelm and Mt Giluwe (PNG's two highest peaks). We have ...More!

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Mt Sarawaget Summit Expedition

Papua New Guinea has only 12 recognised 4000 meter peaks. We know this number is an understatement and we are setting out to expand this list and to open the highlands of Papua New Guinea to adventure...More!

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Mt Wilhelm

Mt.Wilhelm is the highest peak in Papua New Guinea, at 4,509m/14,880ft. The expedition crosses rivers, climbs through moss forests (home of several birds of paradise), alpine grasslands and glacial va...More!

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Mt Wilhelm Traverse

Mt.Wilhelm is the highest peak in Papua New Guinea, at 4,509m/14,880ft. The Traverse from Ambullua to Keglsugl offers a unique and challenging way to experience PNG's highest mountain. This challengin...More!

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No Roads Education Trek

The Problem Progress in PNG’s education status has declined since 1975 when it gained its independence from Australia. Less than 2% of students that begin Grade 1 will go on to complete Year...More!

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No Roads Health Medical

Since Papua New Guinea gained its independence from Australia back in 1975, the country’s healthcare has been a major issue. It has had some of the worst maternal mortality rates in the world, h...More!

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Northern Beachheads

Join us on this non-trekking tour of the Northern Beachheads to explore this area that was fought under such tough conditions. ...More!

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PNG Three Peaks Trek

Three 4000-metre peaks in one expedition. The highest summit in PNG, Mt Wilhelm at 4509 metres, the highest volcanic peak in Australasia and one of the seven highest volcanic peaks on each continent M...More!

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Tigak Sea Kayaking

There are few places on earth left to explore, however Papua New Guinea in many respects is an adventurers final frontier. With hundreds of islands and thousands of kilometers of coastline, PNG to thi...More!