Bushwalking team lifts training regime to tackle Kokoda Track

Lazy weekends are a thing of the past for a group of Orange bushwalkers working towards tackling the Kokoda Track. The diverse bunch has just ramped up its training regime from monthly to...

Photos of Papua New Guinea that Will Make You Pack Your Bags

While scrolling through my photos on the way home from Papua New Guinea, I realised it’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited. That said,...

Tribal quest to Papua New Guinea | Travel | Lifestyle | London Evening Standard

Sailors were once terrified of landing in Papua New Guinea, such was the fearsome reputation of the local residents. These days a developing tourism trail offers a...

Mooroolbark mum tackles Kokoda Track for Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision Charity

Mooroolbark mum Sue Owens tackles Kokoda Track for Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision Charity By Paddy NaughtinLilydale & Yarra Valley Leader |  HeraldSun A MOOROOLBARK mum has flown off on the...

Upstream in Papua New Guinea | Save the Children Australia

Savethe Children photographer Rob McKechnie travels up-river in remote Papua NewGuinea to learn how Save the Children is tackling malaria. Source: Upstream in Papua New Guinea | Save...

The Kon-Tiki Brings Inventive Island Flavors to Oakland

If the line outside the door on a recent Friday night is any indication, Oakland's new neighbor, The Kon-Tiki, is a buzzy respite these chilly winter nights. The...

Warrnambool’s Let’s Talk walkers on the Kokoda Trail

For John Parkinson, the link between walking the Kokoda Trail and the Let’s Talk Foundation is clear. The Australian soldiers who fought along the Kokoda Trail had to...

Only One Way out Alive as Kayakers Battle Beriman

Papua New Guinea's river is a beguiling trap — once you commit, there's no turning back. Source : Steve Root on 31 March 2016 Sometimes, the most visually attractive...

PAPUA NEW GUINEA: LAND OF MYSTERIES

Intrepid explorers can expect mind-bending adventures in one of the last great wildernesses on the planet, where seashells are still used as currency and its people remain...

Newcastle Knights legends trek Kokoda for The Mark Hughes Foundation

By Sydney Morning Herald    Adam Pengilly Mark Hughes at camp in the village of Efogi during the Kokoda Coast to Coast Challenge Photo: James Brickwood Just one foot in...
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Underwater survey reveals secrets of Australia WWI wreck off Papua New...

Agence France-Presse / 04:15 PM April 23, 2018 The wreckage of Australia’s first submarine HMAS AE1, pictured from aboard the research vessel Petrel. Image: Royal Australian...