Kokoda Brothers is named in honour of the two famous Australian BISSET brothers who fought on the Kokoda track. Both men epitomised the young Australian men fighting for their country during World War II. First fighting with the 2/14th Battalion together in North Africa and then returning home to stop the advance of the Japanese on the Kokoda track. On the 29th of August 1942 Lieutenant Harold (Butch) Bisset, whilst fighting with his men at the famous Isurava battle, was shot and mortally wounded and later that night died in his brothers arms. These brothers and the men who fought with them embody the words mateship, endurance, courage and sacrifice.