There are 22 Stations along the 800m Walkway, explaining the military engagements or localities along the Kokoda Track, at Milne Bay, and the northern coastal regions of Papua New Guinea.
The Stations combine text and photographs to give a detailed understanding of the battles, difficulties and conditions encountered by those who fought there, or supported the troops.
Each webpage contains extra images not on the actual Station.
A virtual tour is available by accessing each Station online. You may also research the individual locations by undertaking further reading about the Papua New Guinea/Kokoda campaign.
The Walkway continues to enhance the experience of those visiting the KTMW, in person and online with the following projects:
* Hear the audio for the text on each Station, which is duplicated on each Station webpage.
* Scan QR code attached to each Walkway Station with your mobile device to direct you to that Station webpage, where you can read those details, plus view extra images not on the actual Station.
* Lists of Australians killed at each of the 22 locations are gradually being added. Lists have been completed for: Sanananda, Buna, The Coast Watchers (all nationality fatalities, civilian and military), Oivi, Deniki, Efogi, Ioribaiwa, Templeton’s Crossing, and Eora Creek.