SPECIAL EVENTS


 

ANZAC Day Tour

There's no better way to spend Anzac Day then on the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea. Join us and follow in the footsteps of courageous diggers. Visit battlesites and learn about the courage, endurance, mateship and sacrifice of the diggers that was the determing factor in flushing out the Imperial Japanese Army during the Kokoda Campaign. Join our all-inclusive Kokoda ANZAC Day Trek and let us take you on a memorable Anzac journey from Kokoda - Owers Corner. Limited spaces available.

There's no better way to spend Anzac Day then on the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea. Join us and follow in the footsteps of courageous diggers. Visit battlesites and learn about the courage, endurance, mateship and sacrifice of the diggers that was the determing factor in flushing out the Imperial Japanese Army during the Kokoda Campaign. Join our all-inclusive Kokoda ANZAC Day Trek and let us take you on a memorable Anzac journey from Kokoda - Owers Corner. Limited spaces available.
 

Victory in the Pacific

 

Victory in the Pacific marked the end of the biggest ever threat to Australian soil.

The War in the Pacific was the first time in Australia's history that people felt directly threatened by an external aggressor.

But on August 14 1945, Japan surrendered, and Australia erupted in celebrations on the streets as news broke that the long-gone troops would return home.

VP day is celebrated on August the 15th and our August trek coincides with this memorable date, providing this trek with a significance that should be experienced.

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Ali Island Project

The Ali Island Project aims to raise funds to improve the standard of living for the locals of Ali Island, neighbouring islands and mainland communities of Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea. 100% of funds raised go directly to programs improving local health and sanitation infrastructure, education, reliable food and safe drinking water.

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St Josephs College

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St Joseph’s College Geelong have trekked Kokoda with Mick O’Malley and Australian Kokoda Tours since 2013 and cannot speak highly enough of the team and the trek. The College offers the Kokoda experience to its year 10-12 students. Kokoda gives the boys a chance to not only experience the challenge of the track themselves but majority of them will choose to trek with their dads, big brothers, mothers or other significant family members. In June 2019, St Joseph’s College will trek Kokoda again. The College regards the eight-day trek as a fantastic experience for all involved, saying Mick and the Australian Kokoda Tours team do a great job detailing the historical significance of Kokoda to a new generation of young Australians. St Josephs College is proud to offer their young men this experience of a lifetime and hope they will spread the message of the courage, mateship, endurance and sacrifice made by the young men who left their homes all those years ago to defend Australia.