About us

Planning your Trip

We are easy to find at Rhodes Park via car, bus or train.

Street Address: Killoola Street, Rhodes Park, Concord NSW 2137
Postal Address: PO Box 137, Concord NSW 2137
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 10.00am – 2.00pm (except public holidays)
Phone: (02) 9166 0890 (office hours) or 0488 488 297
Email: admin@kokodawalkway.com.au

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Use the Concord Road exit off the A3, turn into Hospital Road then left into Fremont Street, then right into Killoola Street.  Note the following parking options:

Kokoda Track Memorial carpark: Up to two (2) hours free parking.

Concord Repatriation General Hospital carpark: Less than 30 mins: free, otherwise a parking fee will apply.

Brays Bay Reserve: up to three (3) hours free parking, adjacent to Oliveto Restaurant. Entry is via Concord Road. The Walkway path commences at this point.

Adjacent streets close to the Walkway: on weekends and public holidays parking is unrestricted.

With our main commemorative events, free parking is available at Lovedale Place on Killoola Street immediately before the Memorial’s entrance.


By Bus: Buses run via Concord Hospital from the City, Burwood, Strathfield and Ryde.

By Train:  Trains run to and from Rhodes railway station. For further information call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or consult Transport NSW.

When arriving at Rhodes station, take the Blaxland Road exit, cross Concord Road and follow the signs to the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway.

Public transport options


Before your visit, download this brochure which highlights the features of the Walkway.


Ralph Honner Kokoda Education Centre: Named after Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Honner, the commanding officer of the 39th Battalion in 1942, the centre is quipped with Virtual Reality (VR) headsets and serves as a focal point for school and group visits. A digital honour roll (launched at the 2022 Kokoda Day service) projects the names of the approximately 620 Australians killed during the Kokoda campaign onto the windows of the Centre during our office hours.


Private Bruce Kingsbury VC Memorial Garden: the new Private Bruce Kingsbury VC Memorial Garden (in front of the Centre) was unveiled at the 2022 Kokoda Day service. The garden honours the outstanding and brave service of Private Kingsbury, the only serviceman awarded the VC during the Kokoda campaign itself.


Disabled facilities: The Walkway is wheelchair accessible, and there are disabled toilets at the Education Centre. For further assistance, contact Walkway staff. Rhodes railway station is also wheelchair accessible. Note: the Walkway is not responsible for the maintenance of the toilet facilities – the City of Canada Bay Council maintains these facilities.


Cafe: the cafe is not open at present but is expected to do so in the near future. The City of Canada Bay Council tenders the cafe out, and it is not operated by the Walkway.


Function/BBQ area: an undercover function area with BBQs, seats, lighting and power outlets can be booked for functions. A booking fee of $100.00 is required.


Whilst not part of the Walkway, the 5 Senses Garden is adjacent to the Ralph Honner Kokoda Education Centre. It is a place for the entire community, offering workshops, volunteering opportunities and a space for local growing and social connections. A covered BBQ is also available in the Garden.

The Walkway features the Ralph Honner Kokoda Education Centre and a covered function area, all of which are wheelchair accessible.


The Walkway’s success is dependent on the goodwill and services of many volunteers. You may wish to support the Walkway by becoming a volunteer, joining the Friends of Kokoda or by donating