How To Get To PNG & The Kokoda Track

Papua New Guinea has one international airport in Port Moresby, Jacksons International Airport. Jacksons International Airport provides air connections from all of the world's major cities, with direct flights from Australia, the Solomon Islands, Singapore, the Philippines and Hong Kong. Cairns and Brisbane are accessed by both Air Niugini and Airlines PNG, while Sydney, Singapore, Manila, Hong Kong, Honiara and Nadi have direct flights by Air Niugini only. From Port Moresby you can easily connect onto other destinations within Papua New Guinea. 

For further information on airline carriers, please click here to visit the PNG Tourism website.

Getting to the Kokoda Track

The Kokoda Track runs between Owers Corner in Central Province, and Kokoda in Oro Province.

From Port Moresby, depending on your tour company’s schedule, trekkers will either fly to Kokoda and walk on to Owers Corner (where your tour company will usually have organised for road transport back to Port Moresby) or complete this trip in reverse.

Air Niugini operates daily scheduled flights into Girua Airport, situated 30 minutes by road outside the provincial capital Popondetta. Travel from Popondetta to Kokoda is approximately four hours by a “Public Motor Vehicle’ PMV.

Papua New Guinea has one international airport in Port Moresby, Jacksons International Airport. Jacksons International Airport provides air connections from all of the world's major cities.
How To Get To PNG & The Kokoda TrackHow To Get To PNG & The Kokoda Track