The royal family has announced their plans to visit Australia next month.
BBC notes that Prince Charles and Lady Camilla’s twelve day tour would be from November 4 – 15 and will visit “12 different towns and cities across Australia and New Zealand.”
The royal couple would arrive on New Zealand’s capital, Wellington, on November 4. They would visit Wellington, Auckland, Dunedin, Nelson, Ngaruawahia, New Plymouth and Westport.
Then on November 10 – 15, the royal couple would be in Australia. They are reported to be visiting Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Albany.
News.com.au mentions that Prince Charles and Lady Camilla will visit the new National Anzac Centre “to view the point from which troop convoys departed” and “to mark the centenary of Gallipoli.”
Likewise, the royal couple “would get a taste of regional life in the South Australian town of Tanunda.” Prince Charles would be spending his 67th birthday with “West Australian families at a barbecue at Cottesloe Beach in Perth,” according to news.com.au.
The site mentions that Prince Charles would also be visiting the National Museum in Canberra, and the Western Australian Seed Technology Centre in Perth to hear about the preservation of Western Australia’s biodiversity.
On the other hand, Lady Camilla will visit the charity, Oz Harvest, which supports vulnerable charities through collection of food surplus and redistribution.
The Duchess of Cornwall, also Colonel-in-Chief of The Royal Australian Corps of Military Police, is reported to be visiting the Victoria Barracks in Sydney for its 100th anniversary.
The royal couple would spend “Remembrance Day” in Canberra and “attend the National Ceremony at the Australian War Memorial.” Likewise, they would meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Turnbull has welcomed the royal couple’s announcement of visit.
According to 9news.com.au, Turnbull said in his statement, “Lucy and I will be delighted to welcome The Prince and Duchess and expect Australians will be eager to display our country’s hospitality to the Royal couple.”
Turnbull also mentioned that the activities would focus on “Australia’s community, culture and conservation.”
This would be the 15th visit of Prince Charles to Australia.