hellomagazine.comPrince William and Kate Middleton: the royal Australia tour in pictures, including Ayers Rock, Blue Mountains, Canberra, Sydney, the Sydney Opera House, Adelaide and Brisbane
SYDNEY, Wednesday 16 April
The royal party arrives in Sydney, Australia and head to the Sydney Opera House for a reception hosted by the Governor and Premier of New South Wales. They will then take a boat ride to Admiralty House, the official residence of the Governor of Australia.
BLUE MOUNTAINS, Thursday 17 April
William and Kate head to the famous Blue Mountains to meet residents of the area affected by the October bushfires.
MANLY BEACH, SYDNEY, Friday 18 April
In Sydney, the royal couple head to the Royal Easter Show at the city's Olympic Park before visiting a hospice and then viewing a surf life-saving display on Sydney's beautiful Manly Beach.
BRISBANE, Saturday 19 April
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Brisbane, see RAAF aircraft and plant a tree in the Memorial Garden before attending a reception with serving veterans and their families.
SYDNEY, Sunday 20 April
On Easter Sunday, William and Kate attend a church service at St Andrew's Cathedral in Sydney, followed by a fun excursion to Taronga Zoo where they visit a bilby enclosure and see Australia's kangaroos and giraffes.
FAMILY DAY, Monday 21 April
William and Kate get to spend Easter Monday away from the public eye with their baby George, as no engagements are scheduled.
AYERS ROCK, Tuesday 22 April
Next on the agenda is Australia's most famous natural landmark, Ayers Rock (also known as Uluru) where William and Kate make their way to the Cultural Centre, enjoy afternoon tea with the Chief Minister, and stroll around the ancient sandstone monolith.
ADELAIDE, Wednesday 23 April
In the beach city of Adelaide the British royal couple sit down to musical performances and watch some skateboarders in action.
CANBERRA, Thursday 24 April
First stop of the day in Australia's capital is the National Portrait Gallery, followed by a reception at Parliament House where the Duke delivers a short speech.
CANBERRA, Friday 25 April
The royal tour draws to a close with a Commemorative Service at the Australian War Memorial. William and Kate lay a wreath before planting a 'Lone Pine' tree in the Memorial Garden.
After an action-packed tour of New Zealand and Australia, Kate, William and their baby Prince George say goodbye to head back to the UK.