The first official tour of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will begin in Australia in October and will include stops in Dubbo, Melbourne and Fraser Island.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will land in Australia on October 16 to begin a three-week tour of the region, which includes visits to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
The couple, who got married in May, will travel to Sydney for the Invictus Games, a Paralympic-style event for veterans of the defense, of which Prince Harry is a patron.
The royal couple arrive in Sydney on October 16, before heading to Dubbo, then to Melbourne and back to Sydney for the Invictus Games starting on October 20.
On October 22, the royal family will spend a day on Fraser Island, before heading to Fiji and Tonga, and then to Sydney on October 26 to close the Games the next day.
The tour will end with four days in New Zealand.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he looked forward to welcoming The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
"Your visit will be an opportunity to promote the incredible achievements of Invictus athletes from around the world and showcase Australian programs that promote youth leadership, the environment and conservation efforts," he said in a statement Monday.
October 16: Sydney, Australia
October the 17th: Dubbo, Australia
October 18: Melbourne, Australia
October 19-21: Sydney, Australia
October 22: Fraser Island, Australia
October 23-24: Suva, Fiji
October 25: Nadi, Fiji and Nuku & alofa, Tonga
October 26th: Nuku & Alofa, Tonga and Sydney, Australia
October 27th: Sydney, Australia
October 28: Wellington, New Zealand
October 29th: Wellington and Abel Tasman, New Zealand
30th of October: Auckland, New Zealand
31 October: Rotorua, New Zealand