Pam Christie is the owner PNG Trekking Adventures and lives and resides in Papua New Guinea since 1990. She has pioneered treks throughout PNG. She is an advocate for PNG Resource Owners rights and facilitating sustainable village community projects throughout PNG. Pam has extensive guiding/trekking experience worldwide.
Chris Stevens is an Australian Military Historian with special interest in the South West Pacific area of World War II. He has been guiding in all parts of PNG since 2005. Chris is an expert consultant in radio communication, mapping and emergency management. He mapped the Kokoda trail for the Kokoda Track Authority and also upgraded the Kokoda Track radio network. Chris also was a highly sort after outdoor education teacher before moving to a consulting career.
Wayne Gardam is a Kokoda Wartime history enthusiast and has been trekking Kokoda since 2010. He has a passion for sharing the PNG culture and Kokoda Villages/History with trekkers. Wayne is also an Intensive Care Flight Paramedic (Helicopter and Aeromedical experience) over 15 years’ experience.
Michael Wells is an Australian Military Historian with special interest in the South West Pacific area of World War II. His interest in leadership especially in times of crisis, civil and military and has presented on this topic on multiple occasions. Michael is an Ambulance Paramedic with 15 years as Intensive Care, 10 years working in aeromedical retrieval, helicopter and fixed wing. He has a passion for the people of PNG and their country, whilst helping those achieve their goal of trekking the Kokoda track and learning its intriguing history.