The Kokoda Track campaign or Kokoda Trail campaign was part of the Pacific War of World War II. The campaign consisted of a series of battles fought between July and November 1942 between Japanese and Allied—primarily Australian—forces in what was t…
Latitude and longitude of Kokoda
Kokoda is a station town in the Oro Province of Papua New Guinea. It is famous as the northern end of the Kokoda Track, site of the eponymous Kokoda Track campaign of World War II. In that campaign, it had strategic significance because it had the only airfield along the Track.
Latitude: -8° 52' 40.01" S
Longitude: 147° 44' 11.11" E
Articles of interest in Kokoda
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Mount Victoria is the highest point in the Owen Stanley Ranges in Central Province, Papua New Guinea at 4,038 metres (13,248 ft).
Mount Bellamy is a mountain in the Owen Stanley Range in south-eastern Papua New Guinea.
Kokoda Airport is an airport in Kokoda, Papua New Guinea (IATA: KKD, ICAO: AYKO). The airfield was a focal point of the intense battle along the famous Kokoda trail, during the second World War.
Boridi is a village in the Owen Stanley Range in Central Province, Papua New Guinea.
Isurava is a small town in Papua New Guinea, located on the Kokoda Track.
Alola is a small town in Papua New Guinea, located on the Kokoda Track.