If ever there was an oxymoron in PNG it is the DFAT-funded ‘Kokoda Initiative’ who seem intent on...Read More
‘Kokoda Day’ has the potential to rival the commemorative status of Anzac Day in Australia. Most importantly it provides a status of recognition for the Papuan and New Guinea wartime carriers – the unsung heroes of the Pacific War campaigns in Papua and New Guinea from 1942 – 1945.Read More
‘For those who command a desk in distant bureaucratic empires and academia the care and compassion of a Papuan in a remote jungle is something they will never comprehend.
‘But for those who have been carried to safety on a stretcher over that inhospitable terrain, as I have been on two occasions over the past 29 years, their unconditional care and compassion will never be forgotten.‘Read More
‘A memorial master plan for the trail is needed to enable new generations to understand, appreciate and honour the sacrifices of our diggers as they walk the trail’ – Prime Minister Scott MorrisonRead More
A book review of ‘100 Treks Across The Kokoda Trail’ by PNG author, Rashmii Bell, who was invited to trek with Adventure Kokoda in August 2018 to interpret the experience through the eyes of a Papua New Guinean.Read More