The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Dubbo airport on Wednesday.
They spent Tuesday in Sydney visiting Admiralty House and posed for photographs at the Sydney Opera House.
There have been a lot of details about where you can see them, the best vantage points, and how to address the royal couple should you get to meet them.
To help you out we’ve pulled it all together in one place.
Picnic in the park:
The best place to see the Duke and Duchess will be at Victoria Park when they take part in the picnic in the park hosted by the Mayor of Dubbo.
Prince Harry will give a address and the couple will mingle with 250 invited guests.
It’s an important one. There are toilets located at the showground (where it is recommended you leave your car), or there are toilets at Victoria Park as well.
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After months and months of dry weather, we’re expecting some rain on Wednesday.
The current weather forecast for the Central West Slopes and Plains District predicts a top of 25 degrees, cloudy and a high chance of showers most likely during the day. At this stage there is a 90 per cent chance of 5 to 10mm.
A visit to the Royal Flying Doctors service, a local school, a drought-stricken farm and a picnic in Victoria Park are all on the agenda for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when they visit Dubbo.
You can see the full itinerary here.
Just how do you address a Duke and Duchess?
The correct way to address the royal couple in the first instance is to refer to them as Your Royal Highness. Following that sir and ma’am (like jam) is fine.
To greet the couple in the traditional way then it’s a bow from the neck if you are a man and a small curtsy if you are a woman.
Shaking hands is okay – as long as they offer you their hands first.
First night in Australia and what exciting news to be released! Not just two, but three have stepped off the plane with the Palace announcing the Duchess of Sussex is pregnant with the couple’s first child.
Read more about the announcement here.
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Best places to see the royal decorations
How wonderful does the city look at the moment with all the decorations around the CBD and beyond. But where should you look to see some of the best? We recommend a walk down the main streets of Dubbo and a look at the window displays – but to help you out a little more we’ve put together this handy map, so you don’t miss anything.
What can we expect?
Want to know what it was like the last time we had a Royal Visit in Dubbo? Barry Foster has memories of hosting The Queen during her visit in 1992.
While you can browse through our photographs below from other Royal visits.