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On the legendary Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea
Nov 29 2016 Written by: Guided by Angus Baker, Written by Brad Horn
In late June, a small father and son group from the Sydney Church of England Grammar School (SHORE) embarked on a crossing of the fabled Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea. Under the expert guidance of former Australian Army officer, Angus Baker and his son Fergus, the group spent 7 nights/8 days on the trail... [Read More]
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Kokoda Trail
I just undertook a crossing of the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea. A superb trek into the heartland of New Guinea, the trail holds a very special place in Australian military history. This is where the Japanese drive south was halted in 1942 and the myth of Japanese invincibility obliterated. Covering 96 kilometres of pristine rainforest, the track covers arguably some of the most rugged and wild jungle in the world. It is a demanding endeavour with, in excess of, 10,000 metres of uphill. The group covered the track in quicker than usual time taking five and a half days, ...