Members of the public are invited to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan during their visit to Sydney and Dubbo.
Tuesday 16 October 2018
Where: Sydney Opera House, Western Broadwalk
Their Royal Highnesses will visit the Sydney Opera House, late in the morning for their first public walk in Sydney. There will be a designated public viewing area along the Western Broadwalk of the Sydney Opera House.
Members of the public will be allowed into the viewing area from 8am. Access to the general public viewing area will be closed once it reaches capacity. Visual bag inspections will be carried out for the safety and security of all visitors and patrons. This may include electronic screening.
There will be a limited, reserved, accessible viewing area for people with a disability or mobility support needs. Space will be limited, to register contact Karen Wade, Event Access and Inclusion, Department of Premier and Cabinet on 0407 237 864 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Circular Quay and the Sydney Opera House is expected to be very busy on the morning of Tuesday 16 October. Those wishing to get a glimpse of the couple are encouraged to allow extra travel time, leave the car at home and avoid traffic delays by catching public transport. Plan your trip to Circular Quay at transportnsw.info.
Wednesday 17 October 2018
Where: Victoria Park, Dubbo
Time: 11:30am to 2:30pm
Members of the local community are invited to catch a glimpse of Their Royal Highnesses when they make a public appearance at the Picnic in the Park event at Victoria Park.
The Picnic in the Park will run for three hours from 11:30am with Their Royal Highnesses joining part of the event. His Royal Highness will give an address at the event.
Special event traffic arrangements will be in place with road closures and increased security restrictions in effect around Victoria Park. Traffic may be heavy as large crowds are expected, visitors are encouraged to plan their journey and use the shuttle bus provided from the Dubbo Showground or walk to Victoria Park.
Friday 19 October 2018
Where: Bondi Beach
Time: Arrive from 7:30am to secure your spot
Their Royal Highnesses will visit the iconic Bondi Beach. They will take part in a “Fluro Friday” session with OneWave, a local surfing community raising awareness for mental health. Members of the public are encouraged to wear fluro attire to show their support and raise awareness for mental health.
A reserved viewing area for people with disability and mobility support needs will be provided. This accessible viewing area will provide a chance to catch a glimpse of Their Royal Highnesses as they depart Bondi Beach. Space will be limited, to register contact Karen Wade, Event Access and Inclusion, Department of Premier and Cabinet on 0407 237 864 or email email@example.com.
Visitors are encouraged to catch public transport as traffic is expected to be heavy in Bondi during the Friday morning peak period.
Visit transportnsw.info to plan your trip to Circular Quay and Bondi Beach.