Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend Monday on the stunning Fraser Island off the Queensland coast to officially dedicate the area's rainforest to the Queens Commonwealth Canopy.
During their stay on the island, 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.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit Kingfisher Bay Resort (pictured) on Fraser Island, off the coast of QLD, on Monday
While Prince Harry completes his royal duties, Mrs. Markle will take it easy, since she can not travel the roads of the Island.
The Duchess of Sussex can visit the resort's day spa, which features Australian native plants in their treatments.
The couple is expected to meet at the end of the day, where they will walk along the jetty (pictured) together.
While the resort has pristine beaches and crystal clear waters, the royal couple will also have access to a pool surrounded by shrubbery and padded loungers.
Known to be a great food enthusiast, Meghan Markle will also enjoy cuisine that offers native food at Kingfisher Bay Resort's restaurant, Seabelle.
The couple will follow in the footsteps of the Prince of Wales, as the king enjoyed a stay at the exclusive resort in 1994.
Prince Harry will have less time to soak up the spoils of the resort, as he will spend Monday revealing a plaque for the dedication of the Kerry Forests to the Canopy of the Queen of the Commonwealth.
His father, Prince Charles, added the Island to the Canopy in April of this year during his visit to Bundaberg.
The Commonwealth Queen's Canopy raises awareness about indigenous forests and allows Commonwealth countries to exchange knowledge and ideas about best practices for forest conservation.
Prince Charles stayed at the Kingfisher Bay Resort in 1994 and announced that the nearby forests of K gari would be added to the Queens Commonwealth Canopy, which helps with conservation efforts, in April of this year.
The complex has been completely booked, as well as the tickets to get to the island for the day, which indicates that the Prince may have a large crowd waiting for him.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (pictured) recently announced that they were expecting their first child, and the pregnancy has affected Meghan Markle's ability to participate in the entire tour.
While Meghan takes it easy on Monday, there will still be plenty to see and do, with pristine waterways and quiet beaches that are found in abundance on the island.
Known to be a great enthusiast, Meghan Markle will also be able to enjoy the cuisine offered by the native native bushfuck at the Kingfisher Bay Resort (pictured, a chef at the resort's Seabelle restaurant)
The Duke of Sussex will then head to Lake McKenzie and meet local elders to learn about the island's history, before heading to the 75-mile beach.
Prince Harry is expected to take a particular interest in his visit to the beach, as it served as the training base for an elite Z Special Force Unit during World War II.
The unit used the area to prepare for the jungle and the amphibious training before the missions in Asia, and it is attributed an important role in the victory of Australia in the port of Singapore.
The ruins of the Z Force Command School remain on the western side of the island, near the resort.
Later, the Duke will head to Kingfisher Bay and walk the jetty, hopefully with Mrs. Markle.
The couple is expected to be greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of fans, as the tickets to cross to Kingfisher Bay sold out for the day.
The resort is the largest sand island in the world, but also houses a little-known part of Australian military history. The beach served as a training base for an elite Z Special Force Unit during World War II
The couple is expected to be greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of fans on Monday, as the tickets to cross to Kingfisher Bay sold out for the day.