It was in July, 1942 when our diggers went in to battle for our beloved country against Japanese forces. Today, ProSport walk in their footsteps, showing honour, valour and displaying signs of character our diggers would be proud of. We have a 100% success rate from over 20 trips in the past five years of operation, built through strong relationships, great food, being prepared and a great team.
Our job is to be there for your training, create friendships and bonds, guide you through the history and trek, motivate you
and watch you show mateship, sacrifice, courage and endurance, our four famous Kokoda Pillars.
• 9 day trip
• Trekking Permits
• Local and Australian Guides
• Food and Accommodation
• Training, Advice and Preparation
Example Trip Itinerary
Depart Australia for Papua New Guinea.
Arrive in Port Moresby and travel to Holiday Inn.
Dinner at the hotel.
Port Moresby to Deniki
Early morning flight to Popendetta
Truck ride to Kokoda station (3 hours)
Trek to Deniki (3 hours)
Deniki to Eora Creek
Walk to Eora Creek, via Ioribaiwa to see the 4 pillars of the Kokoda trek and talk about the history of the trek.
Continue on to Alola for lunch, before heading to Eora Creek for a swim, rest and set up camp for the night.
Eora Creek to Kagi
On this day we set off towards Kagi, via Mt Bellamy - the highest point on the track, at 2,190m.
Village welcome in Kagi and an overnight stay.
Kagi to Brigade Hill
We continue on to Brigade Hill, where we learn more about the history, and enjoy a lunch break.
Trek down to Menari Village and set up camp.
Menari to Nauro 1 Village
Over the half way mark, we make our way to Nauro 1 Village through the swamps and heavy underfoot.
Nauro 1 Village to Ioribaiwa Village
We make our way to Ioribaiwa Village, via Ofi Creek where we stop for lunch and a quick refreshing swim.
Ioribaiwa Village to Owers Corner
On the last day, we make our way to Owers Corner, before getting a bus back to the Holiday Inn.
Celebration dinner at the hotel, with all trekkers, guides and porters.
ANZAC Day dawn service at the Bomana War Cemetery.
Depart Port Moresby for flight home to Australia.
Prepare for your trip
For the average person, there is absolutely no doubt the Kokoda Trail will be the toughest walk ever undertaken during their lifetime. The difference between “doing it tough” and thoroughly enjoying the experience is physical fitness.
We pride ourselves on mentally & physically preparing you as best as we can so you have a great experience. You don’t need to be an athlete to complete the Kokoda Trail, but you need to take a common-sense approach to your training and give your body adequate time to prepare for what is ahead.
We begin your preparation 6 months out and include circuit training, outdoor walks in rain, hail or shine and training carrying load, like a backpack, to ensure you are well conditioned for your Kokoda experience.