Kokoda is a very significant journey for me one which I am extremely passionate about and connected to. I have walked Kokoda twice previously in memory of my two precious boys, Koda 4 and Hunter 9 months who were tragically taken from me in Jan 2016. Koda was named after the Kokoda trail after his great grandfather served in the 2/27th Battalion in 1942.
My determination, strength and resilience to move forwards is something that I wish to share with others. I want to inspire people to look at life through a positive lens and challenge their perspective on life.
I am a teacher and I love the history, stories and mateship that Kokoda has to offer. Kokoda is one emotional, empowering and life changing journey that I have so much respect for. I am also very passionate about fitness and love a challenge. My challenge to you is to be courageous, step out of your comfort zone and do something amazing, come and walk in the footsteps of our heroes!