MND and Me Kokoda Trek 2020

Join us as we trek Kokokda to support people and their families living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in Queensland. The Kokoda Track holds an extremely important place in Australia’s history. From July 1942, the route over the Owen Stanley Range witnessed the battle-hardened Japanese war machine, encounter young, unprepared, untrained, unproven and hopelessly outnumbered Australian soldiers. It was on the …

Prostate Cancer Foundation Kokoda Trek 2020

Kokoda Trek for Prostate Cancer The Kokoda Track holds an extremely important place in Australia’s history. From July 1942, the route over the Owen Stanley Range witnessed the battle hardened Japanese war machine, encounter young, unprepared, untrained, unproven and hopelessly outnumbered Australian soldiers. It was on the Kokoda Track that the myth of Japanese invincibility was broken for the first …

Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail

Discover the Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail and weave your way through the most botanically unique area in all of South Australia before reaching the rugged, remote and spectacular coastline of the Southern Ocean. This day-pack trek will allow you to step outside your comfort zone to be part of something bigger. To Register your interest go to: http://bit.ly/AuroraEOI Every Journey Matters  …

Great Ocean Walk

The Great Ocean Walk is one of Australia’s most iconic hikes. If you are new to walking or hiking, and are keen to give it a go, then this is the perfect trip for you. The spectacular route weaves its way through national parks full of tall forests, coastal heathlands, wild rocky shores and windswept cliff-tops, presenting amazing views as …

Three Capes – Tasmania

The Three Capes area in the Tasman National Park is a stunning addition to the Tasmanian ‘must‑do’ list. You will experience the best of the Peninsula: coastal treks, convict history and a wildlife cruise, all complimented by delicious meals and local knowledge provided by your experienced wilderness guides. This day-pack only trek will allow you to step outside your comfort …

Larapinta Trail

AN AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK EXPERIENCE The Larapinta Trail is one of Australia’s most spectacular bushwalking and trekking experiences. It is quickly emerging as one of the most popular trails in Australia and was voted by National Geographic as one of the top 20 trekking experiences in the world. The Larapinta Trail follows the MacDonald Range and is part of the West …

Kumano Kodo, Japan

Journey with Aurora to the spectacular Kumano Kodo Trail in Japan to explore part of the UNESCO World Heritage “sacred sites and pilgrimage routes’ in the Kii Mountain Range in support of The Centre for Women & Co. The Kii Peninsula points south away from Kyoto and Osaka and is one of the most remote and mystical areas of Japan, …

MATES Kokoda 2020

Trek Kokoda with MATES to help MATES The Kokoda Track stretches 96 kilometres through what is arguably some of the most rugged and wild jungle in the world and holds an extremely important place in Australia’s history. From July 1942, the route over the Owen Stanley Range witnessed the battle hardened Japanese war machine, encounter young, unprepared, untrained, unproven and …

Machu Picchu

A Journey to the Lost City Machu Picchu ‘The Lost City of the Inca’s is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Join team Aurora for this once in a lifetime experience as we take on the challenge of walking the Inca Trail to Aguas Calientes while raising funds for one of our amazing Aurora Charities. The Inca …

Yuraygir Coastal Walk

Australian Coastline Trekking at its best Come with Aurora Adventures and take on the challenge of this unique 65km, five-day trek traversing Yuraygir National Park, the longest stretch of protected coastline in NSW, and adjoining Solitary Islands Marine Park. This walk will have you following the path of the coastal emu, within the traditional homelands of the Gumbaynggirr and Yaegl …

Overland Track

Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair The Overland Track is a six day fully guided walk through Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area. The journey begins at Cradle Mountain and finishes at Lake St Clair, Australia’s deepest lake. It is a 65 kilometre walk that allows you to observe icy streams cascading out of rugged mountains, incredible waterfalls, varying ecosystems and …

Thai-Burma Railway

Pay your respects to the heroes of the Thai-Burma Railway. In 1943 Japan’s high command decided to build a railway linking Thailand and Burma, to supply its campaign against the Allies in Burma. The railway was to run 420 kilometres through rugged jungle. It was to be built by a captive labour force of about 60,000 Allied prisoners of war …