Prince Harry and Meghan have officially arrived in Australia for their first major international royal tour.
The 34-year-old Duke and 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex’s tour is set to take place officially from Tuesday this week until October 21st.
During that time, they will take in all the sights of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, meeting with locals and carrying out engagements at the Invictus Games in Sydney.
Kensington Palace has revealed that their trip ‘will focus on youth leadership, and projects being undertaken by young people to address the social, economic, and environmental challenges of the region’.
“A major focus for Their Royal Highnesses will also be the Invictus Games Sydney 2018.”
Here’s where you can see the royals while they’re Down Under:
Tuesday, October 16
The first day of the tour will begin at Admiralty House in Sydney. Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove will welcome Their Royal Highnesses to their home.
After taking in the views, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will then travel to Taronga Zoo to officially open the new Taronga Institute of Science and Learning.
They’ll also meet two koalas and their joeys that are part of the Zoo’s breeding programme.
Harry and Meghan will then travel by boat across Sydney Harbour to the Sydney Opera House.
There, they’ll view a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance Theatre and have a chance to meet members of the public outside the Opera House.
The day will end with a reception hosted by the Governor General at Admiralty House.
Wednesday, October 17
The Duke and Duchess will fly to Dubbo early in the morning, where they will visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Then, they’ll meet with a local farming family who have been affected by the recent drought in the area.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will then travel to join people from Dubbo in a community BBQ and then a local school, where they’ll take part in a sports day.
Thursday October 18
The Duke and Duchess will fly to Melbourne on the Thursday where they’ll take a short walk at Government House, before attending an official reception there.
While in Melbourne, the Duke and Duchess will travel on an iconic Melbourne tram to South Melbourne beach, where they will meet volunteers from a local beach patrol programme.
Friday October, 19
Harry and Meghan will fly back to Sydney, where they’ll meet with members of the local surfing community group OneWave at Bondi Beach
They’ll take part in the ‘Fluro Friday’ session, where people of all ages share their experiences of mental health issues and they’ll mingle with locals gathered on the beach.
Later that morning, Harry and Meghan will take part in a youth advocate programme that aims to unite and inspire young people.
Then, the royals will be joined by Prime Minister, Scott Morrison and Invictus Games competitors, to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Once at the top, they’ll officially raise the Invictus Flag, marking the arrival of the Invictus Games to Sydney.
They’ll then spend the rest of the evening with dignitaries at Kirribilli House.
Saturday October, 20
The Duke and Duchess will travel by boat to attend the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island.
In the evening, the royals will attend a reception hosted by the NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, inside the Opera House.
Then, they’ll travel to the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Opening Ceremony where Prince Harry will address the crowd.
Sunday October, 21
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the morning watching the cycling time trials on the first day of the Invictus Games.
At lunch, they’ll attend a reception in The Domain hosted by the Prime Minister, with Invictus Games competitors and representatives from the community.
That afternoon, they’ll watch the Invictus Games sailing at Farm Cove.
Monday October, 22
The Duke and Duchess will travel to Fraser Island, where they’ll take part in a traditional welcoming ceremony.
While on the island, they’ll visit an iconic lake and meet with local elders and national park rangers to learn about the Island’s history.
They’ll then travel to Kingfisher Bay by boat, where the visit will conclude with a walk along the picturesque Kingfisher Bay Jetty.
Friday, October 26
After flying in from Fiji that night, Harry and Meghan will attend the Australian Geographic Society Awards, where they’ll present youth awards and Prince Harry will give a speech.
Saturday, October 27
The last day of the Australian tour falls on the final day of the Invictus Games.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the afternoon at the wheelchair basketball finals at the Quaycentre, before attending the closing ceremony that evening at Qudos Bank Arena.
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