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AIMS:

  • In the 100th Anniversary of ANZAC, to give thanks and respect to those who gave so much for our benefit.
  • To physically lend a hand and to raise funds for the ongoing projects of the Kokoda Track Foundation.
  • To offer our students a significant personal challenge and an opportunity to learn, grow and become leaders within their own communities.
  • To highlight that Australians are the biggest per capita emitters of greenhouse emissions … but that it is people in developing nations and wildlife who pay the biggest and most immediate penalties for our pollution…. And that we think this is unAustralian.

Having already ridden from Darwin to Melbourne in 2009 and from Ballarat to Pt Douglas in 2014………….. In June/July 2015, a group of Rode RAGE (Ride Against Greenhouse Emissions) students will tackle one of the world’s most daunting challenges …. To walk The Kokoda Track.
Along the way we will take the time to work on educational and health community development projects run by The Kokoda Track Foundation as well as raising funds to support their ongoing programs.
Our group will also lay poppies and other personal items from members of the RSL and 39th Battalion Association as a mark of respect and gratitude for what was given so that we may enjoy the lives we have today.

You are invited to follow along via our website below, or by liking www.facebook.com/roderage

“When you go home, tell them of us and say,
…….. we gave our tomorrow for your today”

 

The Kokoda Track