Tuesday, October 16: Sydney, Australia – The first day of the tour began and ended at Admiralty House after a visit to the zoo and the Sydney Opera House.
Wednesday, October 17: Dubbo, Australia – The couple flew to Dubbo, in west central New South Wales, to meet farmers affected by the drought, followed by a visit to a local school and a community barbecue.
Thursday, October 18: Melbourne, Australia. Harry and Meghan arrived in the southern city, visiting the Government House and the coffee of the social enterprise. The Duke and Duchess will travel on an iconic Melbourne tram to South Melbourne beach
Friday, October 19: Sydney, Australia – Harry and Meghan will visit Bondi Beach. Later, the Duke will board the Sydney Harbor Bridge to officially raise the Invictus flag.
Harry and Meghan (photographed in Melbourne) will visit New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga after finishing the Australian stage of their real tour
Saturday, October 20: Sydney, Australia: The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will travel by boat to attend the Jaguar Land Rover challenge of Invictus Games Sydney 2018 on Cockatoo Island. At night, Harry and Meghan will attend a reception at the Opera House.
Sunday, October 21: Sydney, Australia: Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex will see some of the Invictus Games, such as cycling and sailing.
Monday, October 22: Fraser Island, Australia – Their Royal Highnesses will travel to Fraser Island in Queensland.
Tuesday, October 23: Suva, Fiji – Their Royal Highnesses will be received by an Honor Guard at the Suva airport, before visiting His Excellency the President of Fiji at Borron House, followed by a state dinner.
Wednesday, October 24: Suva, Fiji: His Royal Highness will lay a wreath at the Fiji War Memorial and will meet with several Fiji war veterans. The Duchess to the residence of the British High Commissioner and to the market Suva.
Thursday, October 25: Nadi, Fiji and Nuku & alofa, Tonga – The Duke and the Duchess will travel to the city of Nadi and discover a new statue. Your Royal Highnesses will take a chartered flight to Tonga.
Friday, October 26: Nuku & Alofa, Tonga and Sydney, Australia: Duke and Duchess will visit the St. George building to meet the Prime Minister and travel to The Royal Palace to officially bid farewell to The King before leaving for Sydney, where they will attend the Australian Geographic Society Awards
Saturday, October 27: Sydney, Australia – Their Royal Highnesses will spend the afternoon in the wheelchair basketball finals of the Invictus Games, before attending the Closing Ceremony
Sunday, October 28: Wellington, New Zealand – The couple will attend the traditional welcome ceremony in the gardens of the Government House
Monday, October 29: Wellington and Abel Tasman, New Zealand – Duke and Duchess will meet with young people from various mental health projects operating in New Zealand and will travel to Abel Tasman National Park
Tuesday, October 30: Auckland, New Zealand – Their Royal Highnesses will travel to Auckland, where they will visit the northern coast for the first time to dedicate an area of 20 hectares of native shrubs to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy. They will then join the Prime Minister to visit Pillars, a charity operating in New Zealand. Later that afternoon, Duke and Duchess will have the opportunity to meet the people of Auckland at Viaduct Harbor, before attending a reception hosted by the Prime Minister at the Auckland War Museum.
Wednesday, October 31: Rotorua, New Zealand – The last day of the tour of your Royal Highnesses will take place in Rotorua. Then, Duke and Duchess will head to Rainbow Springs to learn more about the center's kiwi breeding program. Later that afternoon, the duke and the duchess will head to the city to have the opportunity to meet the members of the public gathered there.
Thursday, November 1: Their Royal Highnesses will return to Auckland that night, before leaving for London the next day.