Kokoda Trail Wall Map - Special Edition

Kokoda Trail Wall Map - Special Edition
Kokoda Trail Wall Map - Special EditionAdventure Kokoda Trail Special Edition Wall Map

Kokoda Trail Wall Map - Special Edition

The Kokoda Trail Wall Map was compiled by Major Charlie Lynn with data collected during his 90 treks across Kokoda over the past 26 years. It includes data from wartime sketches in the Australian War Memorial, official Australian Army Survey Maps, the PNG National Mapping Bureau and satellite images. Indigenous names of mountains and rivers have been provided by clan leaders from along the track.

The words etched in the granite pillars of the Isurava Memorial: 'Courage, Mateship, Sacrifice, Endurance' are watermarked in the sky as a solemn reminder of the qualities of our diggers, and the PNG 'fuzzy-wuzzy angels', who saved Australia from invasion during the war in the Pacific in 1942.

Images depicting the famous parade of the 39th Battalion at Menari Village, 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels' assisting wounded diggers and the 'Golden Staircase' are embedded into the Owen Stanley Ranges between Owers Corner and Kokoda.

The map measures 850mm X 300mm.

The Kokoda Trail Special Edition Wall Map can be professionally framed with nameplate, Rising Sun badge, trek photographs, shoulder bars and replica medals.


AU $79.95
 

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Approximate postage within Australia: $8.95 per item.

Why Trek with Adventure Kokoda

Our primary goal is to lead you safely across the Kokoda Trail and ensure you have an unforgettable wartime historical and cultural experience.

Charlie has led more than 90 expeditions across the Kokoda Trail over the past 26 years.

He previously served in the Australian Army for 21 years. During this time he saw active service in Vietnam; was assigned to the joint Australian, New Zealand and British (ANZUK) Force in Singapore/ Malaysia from 1970-72, and as an exchange instructor in Airborne Logistics with the United States Army from 1977-78. He is a graduate of the Army Command and Staff College.

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