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Light up Naduri

Back Track Adventures is proud to partner with the Kokoda Track Foundation to undertake a major project in Naduri Village Back Track Adventures is proud to partner with the Kokoda Track Foundation to undertake a major project in Naduri Village What’s going on? In late October 2018, we be placed […]

Nikki’s story: Day 2 Hoi to Isurava

Nikki Moyes trekked the Kokoda Track with Back Track Adventures in 2017 (Team 1 and 2). This extract is from her book ‘Kokoda Trek: 75th Anniversary’ and gives the full story of her ten-day journey.  Day 2, 18 April 2017: Martin’s rooster impersonation woke us at five am. He’d obviously practiced […]

Mark and his family conquer the Kokoda Track

Mark from Team 12 is back from conquering the Kokoda Track with family members – his wife, two daughters and son. He puts the experience into words: We had a great time; it was certainly very challenging, but at the same time, enjoyable and great to do it with the […]

Born to walk and trek!

Why do we trek? Walking is just so good for the human condition – we were born to walk! Mark and Rob are no strangers to trekking together. They’ve tackled the Himalayas and South America, and now they can spend the rest of their lives recounting memories of trekking the […]

Wet, dry, mud, dust… ready for a Kokoda adventure?

By Ray Baker In July, I led a trekking group over the Kokoda Track. We travelled South to North and as usual, we had a great experience. July is typically the cooler, dry season and the first half of the trek was exactly that. The second half though, was the […]

North or south direction?

We are often asked by prospective Kokoda trekkers why the vast majority of our treks are in a North to South direction, commencing at Kokoda and finishing at Owers Corner. Historically, the Kokoda campaign started on the Northern beaches and moved in a North to South direction from Kokoda to Imita Ridge. The courageous […]