The Duchess of Sussex board a Royal Australian Air Force plane at the Sydney airport on Monday, bound for Fraser Island in Queensland.

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will spend Monday on Fraser Island in Queensland while continuing their tour of the Whirlwind Down Under.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seemed relaxed when they boarded a Royal Australian Air Force plane at the Sydney airport, bound for the wild island.

The future mother Meghan was seen wearing a polka dot sleeveless dress while Prince Harry wore a navy blue shirt with gray pants while carrying carry-on luggage aboard the plane.

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The Duchess of Sussex board a Royal Australian Air Force plane at the Sydney airport on Monday, bound for Fraser Island in Queensland.

The Duchess of Sussex board a Royal Australian Air Force plane at the Sydney airport on Monday, bound for Fraser Island in Queensland.

Prince Harry was dressed in a navy blue shirt with gray pants while carrying carry-on luggage

Prince Harry was dressed in a navy blue shirt with gray pants while carrying carry-on luggage

Prince Harry was dressed in a navy blue shirt with gray pants while carrying carry-on luggage

Their Royal Highnesses travel to Fraser Island or K®, Gari, as the traditional owners of the people of Butchulla know, as part of the dedication of the site to the Queen & # 39; s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC).

During their time, the couple will settle in the luxurious Kingfisher Bay Resort, which has secluded beach houses, wooden huts surrounded by shrubbery and eco-friendly hotel rooms.

The expectant Duchess of Sussex will give up her royal duties during the day due to the rugged terrain of the island, but there will be many things to do even as a tourist.

Kensington Palace has confirmed that Meghan will spend Monday relaxing at the resort, where the couple will spend the night, but is expected to be well enough to meet and greet the public in the afternoon.

The area is known for its whale watching opportunities and, if you're looking for an even more relaxing experience, a day spa that uses native ingredients and healing practices is just a stone's throw away.

The royal couple is visiting the island together, but the duchess will leave Prince Harry to explore the sights for himself

The royal couple is visiting the island together, but the duchess will leave Prince Harry to explore the sights for himself

The royal couple is visiting the island together, but the duchess will leave Prince Harry to explore the sights for himself

Fraser Island is the fourth Australian stop for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after the visit to Sydney, Dubbo and Melbourne.

Fraser Island is the fourth Australian stop for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after the visit to Sydney, Dubbo and Melbourne.

Fraser Island is the fourth Australian stop for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after the visit to Sydney, Dubbo and Melbourne.

The couple heads to Fiji after their visit to Fraser Island in Queensland on Monday.

On Prince Harry's agenda there is a meeting with local elders and park rangers to learn about the island, which is the largest sand island in the world.

A visit to the picturesque Lake McKenzie is also in the charts.

From here, there will be a trip to the beach to learn about the history of the island's logging trade, as well as its use as a training base for the Australian Special Unit Z during the Second World War.

There will also be a trip to Kingfisher Bay.

Fraser Island is the fourth stop on the Australian stage of the royal couple on their tour, after visiting Sydney, Dubbo, in the center west of New South Wales, and Melbourne.

After their visit to Fraser Island, the royal couple heads to Fiji, then to Tonga before a trip back to Sydney for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games.

Your 16-day mammoth tour ends in New Zealand.

More to come.

A police boat patrol Fraser Island on Monday, the Queensland place visited by the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex

A police boat patrol Fraser Island on Monday, the Queensland place visited by the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex

A police boat patrol Fraser Island on Monday, the Queensland place visited by the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex

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