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Sharks Kokoda Track Expedition - 2018

Sharks members, fans or corporate supporters are invited to join the second Cronulla Sharks Kokoda Track Expedition, this year taking place from October 15 to 23, with club Co-Captain Wade Graham set to be a part of the touring party.

The Sharks expedition is conducted in partnership with the Kokoda Track Foundation, an organisation which 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.

Following on from the success of the first Sharks Kokoda trek group last year, the club delegation will again support the Kokoda Track Foundation in installing solar panels on roofs of local homes along the track and will also visit and assist with the on-going construction of the first Kokoda Track high school.

This year Graham will join Sharks Football Operations Manager Shane Smith, a former Special Operations Sergeant with the Australian Defence Force, who will lead the Cronulla Sharks group for the 8-day trek.

The trekking party will include other current Sharks NRL players and club football staff, with places being held for five more people to join the group.

The Sharks are offering 5 spots on this trip at the cost of $10,000 per person, on a first come basis. You can secure your spot now with a $1000 deposit, with the remaining amount payable by September 24.

For more information and to see what the trek includes, CLICK HERE to see the Details document.

And to book your place CLICK HERE to access the Kokoda Track Booking Form.

Send the completed booking form to [email protected] and as a contact for any further enquiries contact Shane Smith on 0452 430 084.

Spots are strictly limited to the first five people to book and pay for the Trek.

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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