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Only a few places remain on our small group Anzac Day Kokoda Trek

Due to demand we have had to add an additional Anzac Day Kokoda trek tour our schedule. T4 has taken bookings and only a few places remain as we limit this trek to a small size group. Call Shane (owner and T4 trek Guide) to discuss how to complete this amazing journey. Please register your interest. Book us by consultation by calling/texting 0422372273 or email

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Kokoda Chislett Group!
The team arrived safe into Port Moresby today at lunch. They spent the afternoon preparing for tomorrows early start to the Northern Beaches. Everyone is a little nervous but very excited. Best of luck Susan, Greg, Geraldine, Robyn, Sue, Wayne, Hani and Richard!
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A picture speaks a thousand words. This is what Kokoda is about, Mateship.
Photo Credit: Jenny T ANZAC Trek 2018.
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Well done Teams 5 & 6! At the finish line! Shane and the group are on their way to Bomana War Cemetery. Congratulations to you all. ... See MoreSee Less

Team 5 & 6 Update.
Shane and the team have had a good day, taking it nice and slow with long rest stops to soak in the last of the groups Kokoda journey. Arriving into Camp Goodwater at 1.30pm its been mostly a clear day with the big rains just about to set in. The team found 2 grenades at the top of Iorbiawa which is many of the undiscovered war relics along the track, its one of those things where you look and don't touch as a majority of the ammunition along the Track is live to this day. The team crossed Ua-Ule creek 17 times today which is a nice opportunity to take off the boots and submerge the feet in the nice cool water, then the challenging razorback climb up Imita Ridge, we once heard someone refer to this as "Imita will rip the fork out of your nightie". Tonight they say their farewells to the boys and thank them for their hard work in making their trip a memorable one, a celebratory sing sing and a good dinner will be had by all. Congrats team, only a couple hours walk tomorrow and you will be at Owers' Corner.
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Trek Update Team 5 & 6.
Shane reports the team arrived into Irobaiwa by 4.30pm, today they took their time and had a nice long lunch to patch up some blisters and strap some knees. The track has been dry all day which has been a welcome site, with reports it will be dry all the way through to Owers Corner. Everyone is very tired but sad to see the trip coming to an end. Tomorrow its Camp Goodwater for their last night on the track. Well done team!
Historically, the trek passed the furthest point that the main body of the Japanese Forces advanced to during the Kokoda Campaign. Today there are remainders of the war with Japanese and Australian Trenches scaring the landscape some 75 years later.
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