News & Articles

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NEW PARTNERSHIP FOR QLD CHAPTER

Trojan’s Trek is pleased to announce a new partnership in QLD with Hand Heart Pocket (HHP).  HHP is the charity arm of the Freemasons in QLD which for centuries have used the symbols of hand heart and pocket to pledge practical help, genuine empathy and financial generosity to those who need it most.  One of […]

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Robe to Recovery

The Robe community has instigated an innovative concept to support Australian Defence Force veterans. “Robe to Recovery” supports veterans who have returned from active duty and need to begin to heal physical and psychological wounds. Jacqui Bateman and returned vet Justin Brown have teamed up to organise stays of a few days of respite for returned veterans who may be struggling to fit back into […]

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CHAIRMAN’S REPORT TO THE 2017 AGM

Treks and Outcomes This year marks the ninth year of operation in SA and the third year in QLD. The foundation planned and conducted six treks during 2017.  They were as follows: four treks in QLD, two during March and two in August, and two treks in SA in September. 2. This was an increase […]

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REPORT FROM TROJAN’S TREK SA SEPTEMBER 2017

Distribution:  See below TROJAN’S TREK SOUTH AUSTRALIA SEPTEMBER 2017 1. Trojan’s Trek in South Australia (SA) was conducted at Moolooloo Station in the Flinders Ranges from 24 to 29 September 2017.This was the ninth male trek conducted at this location and the fourth female trek in SA. The remote location supports one of the key […]

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The Trojan’s Trek Foundation is pleased to announce…

His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC Governor of South Australia has agreed to be the Patron of the Foundation for the term of his office. This represents a milestone in the short history of the organisation and we look forward to showing His Excellency the program next year on Moolooloo.       […]

Think Piece: Effective support for stress illness

Dr Helen Donovan. Published Thursday 7 September, 2017 One in every 12 currently serving defence force members has experienced Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) within the past 12 months, and the total number of currently serving members with some form of mental health challenge (such as anxiety or depression) is likely to be much higher. In the […]

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Veterans’ Support Walk

Charity walk outcome A very big THANK YOU to everyone that donated to, and/or attended AEP’s Young Veterans Support Walk. We raised a total of $30, 819.15! The Board would also like to extend a huge thank you to Reuben Vanderzalm and staff who did a superb job of organising the walk. Sunday 29th October […]

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RSL Queensland reports on the first ever QLD Women’s Trek

Matilda Dray reports in RSL News that the Women’s Trek, held in Millmerran “…..provided camaraderie, new perspectives and a second chance at life for the trek’s participating veterans and mentors.” Read the full report here  

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EX-TIGER KICKS THE CAN

It is not the first time that Brian Budden, ex-5 RAR first tour 1966/67 has shown his altruistic side to the benefit of the Trojan’s Trek Foundation. But this time the donation was awarded on a day to signify a memory he wishes to commemorate.  The donation marks the day John Sweetnam 8 Pl C […]

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REPORT QLD AND SA 2016

From: Lieutenant Colonel Moose Dunlop OAM (Retd) 0408 088 886 moose@trojanstrek.com “I have learnt so much about myself and how I react with people.” Trekker 2016 Introduction 1. This report covers the QLD and SA treks. Trojan’s Trek QLD was conducted from 8 to 13 May on, and around the Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia […]

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