Tour Update 19 September 2014
Our latest Kokoda group has landed in Port Moresby and are currently relaxing at the Sogeri Lodge not far from Owers' Corner. Our latest trekkers will be met by tour leader Reg Yates and members of our Military Historical Society of Australia (MHSA) group.
The MHSA group has recently returned from Rabaul, Milne Bay, Buna, Gona & Sanananda and Kokoda. We welcome back the MHSA group and wish our latest trekking group all the best for their upcoming adventure.
The first Australian to be Killed in Action on an Australian operation in the First World War
Able Seaman John Courtney
Able Seaman John Courtney, from Ross Island, Townsville was one of the sailors advancing along the Bitapaka road on September 11, 1914 as part of the landing party of the Australian Naval and Expeditionary Force (AN&MEF). Courtney's real name was John Edward Walker. He was shot in the chest and in the base of the skull as he was fighting in the jungles of Rabaul.
Free Kokoda Backpack
For a limited time Kokoda Historical are offering new customers a free backpack when they book one of our tours.
This is the perfect backpack for doing Kokoda.
- Hard wearing 600 Denier mini Ripstop
- UV stabilised hot knifed webbing
- Duraflex buckles
- Freeline harness
- Built-in rain cover
- Side compression straps to keep load stable
- Extendable hood with storm throat
Ask about optional trolley addition.
This is a limited offer while stocks last and terms and conditions apply. Not available with any other special offers. Don't wait til its too late! Book now!