Battle Of Kokoda Trail Luxe Lanyard
Battle Of Kokoda Trail Luxe Lanyard

Battle Of Kokoda Trail Luxe Lanyard

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Free standard shipping worldwide by Australia Post on all orders valued over $160 AUD / $180 NZD / £90 GBP / 120 USD. Your order will be sent from our warehouse on the Gold Coast, QLD AUSTRALIA.
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    Style meets practicality. Keep valuables, keys or your identity card close by with this comfortable, deluxe lanyard. Besides serving as a practical accessory, it is a great conversation starter by giving you a sense of remembrance.



    Eco-Friendly
    This item is printed with high-quality carcinogen-free pigment inks. No cancer-causing chemicals and undesirable surfactants.

    Zero plastic
    We pack your threads in recyclable acid-free tissue paper and use only plant-based home compostable mailers, at no extra cost. By sending your parcel with our delivery partner Australia Post, you’re supporting their carbon-offset projects that have positive environmental and social impacts. Since 2019, their carbon neutral parcel delivery initiative is equivalent of taking 75,000 cars off the road – or roughly 200,000 tonnes of emissions.

    Controlled production
    Sustainability involves finding a balance between supply and demand. Life Apparel works with local and international factories where only limited quantities are produced of each model to ensure exclusivity and avoid overproduction, like large fashion brands. Learn more →


    Washing Instructions

       Do not wash
       Do not bleach
       Do not tumble dry
       Do not iron
       Do not dry clean

    Further Care Information

    • Clean with moist cloth only
    • Mild soap can be used moderately
    • Dry the clasp with a clean cloth
    • Allow it to completely air dry away from heat sources, open flame, and direct sunlight


    Shipping Info
    Your order will be sent out within one business day from our warehouse on the Gold Coast, Queensland, in most cases. Shipping times begin when your parcel has left our warehouse.

    Delivery times vary depending on your location and whether your items are in stock.
    Parcel post within Australia starts from $6.45 and takes 6-12 business days (depending on your location).
    Express post within Australia starts from $9.10 and takes 2-5 business days.

    For more details on delivery information, please visit this page.

    Return Policy
    Items may be returned free of charge within 14 days of receipt. The original tags and labels must be attached, and the products must be unworn, unused, unwashed and undamaged (tried on is okay).
    Browse extra information on this page which outlines how to return an item, get information about exceptions, exclusions and possible extra charges.



    Scribed across the front of the Battle of Kokoda lanyard are the words ‘courage’, ‘endurance’, ‘mateship’ and ‘sacrifice’. These reflect the qualities of our honoured Australian soldiers throughout the Battle of the Kokoda Trail.

    Following the fall of Singapore in February 1942, the Pacific War’s focus edged closer to Australia. Minutes before 10am on 19 February 1942, Darwin’s sky filled with 188 Japanese aircraft, bombing Pearl Harbour’s wharf and moored ships. Including the destroyer USS Peary, which sank, killing 88 people. Japanese forces captured the village of Kokoda with its valuable airstrip, then headed for Port Moresby. Navigating through the Kokoda Trail that snakes through the mighty Owen Stanley Range.

    What followed was the Papua New Guinea campaign of July 1942 to January 1943. Australian troops fought through treacherous conditions against vastly superior numbers. Under-trained and unfamiliar with the unforgiving jungle warfare, the Australian Army were ill-prepared to confront the Japanese. This saw 600 Australian soldiers killed, 1,600 wounded and over 10,000 Japanese fatalities. In January 1943, Japanese resistance on Papau ceased, marking a pivotal moment in stopping Japanese advances across the Pacific and towards Australia.

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