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We’re excited to launch our inaugural Cronulla Sharks Kokoda Track Expedition from October 16th - 24th, 2017 in partnership with the Kokoda Track Foundation.

The Kokoda Track Foundation exists to improve the wellbeing and futures of the Papua New Guinean people by assisting with education and healthcare, by respecting customs and the environment, by improving livelihoods, by fostering the next generation of leaders and by keeping the story of Kokoda alive. Our Sharks trek group will assist the Kokoda Track Foundation team in installing solar panels on roofs of local homes along the track and will also visit and assist with the construction of the first Kokoda Track high school.

NRL Coach Shane Flanagan and our Education and Wellbeing Manager and former Special Operations Sergeant, Shane Smith will lead the Cronulla Sharks group for the 8 day trek. The trekking group will include six of our current NRL players, four football staff and ten lucky participants for a maximum of 20 people.   

We’re offering 10 spots on this trip at the cost of $10,000 per person. You can secure your spot with a $1000 deposit by September 10 with the remaining amount payable by September 14.   

See what the Kokoda Track Expidition includes.

If you personally don’t want to do the trek you may have a colleague or employee that may be interested in participating.

Below is a link to the expedition information pack and booking form. Should you wish to participate please complete the booking form asap and include your deposit payment.

Send your completed booking form to [email protected] and as a contact for any further enquires regarding the Kokoda Track Expidition, contact Shane Smith on 0452 430 084.

Spots are limited. Book using the form here to secure you place!

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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