Honour the spirit of the ANZAC's during this pilgrimage to Kokoda.

This will be a special trip as Col Reynolds, The Kids’ Cancer Project founder, will trek with you in celebration of his 80th birthday. You're in safe hands, as Col completed the trail in 2016 and has had both knees reconstructed!

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. The Kokoda Trail trek not only honours these brave soldiers but the local “Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels” whose support and knowledge was critical for victory. 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.

Every step will support childhood cancer research with The Kids' Cancer Project. 
 Trip details
Trip duration:
11 days
Trip dates:
11 May - 20 May 2019


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to fundraise?
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Yes, by participating in the Kokoda Trail with The Kids’ Cancer Project, a minimum fundraising commitment of $2,300 per person is required on top of the registration fee. Once registered, our team will be on hand to support you with your fundraising.
Who do I contact for more information?
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Kim will be able to answer any questions you have, phone her today on 1800 651 158 or email fundraising@tkcp.org.au
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