Royal Tour: Where to see Prince Harry and Meghan while they're in NZ

Prince Harry and Meghan head to New Zealand on Sunday, nearing the end of their first official royal tour.

The couple will land in Wellington, before heading to Abel Tasman National Part, Auckland, Rotorua, back to Auckland and then off to Australia on their way home.

Here's a breakdown on where to find them.

A graphic listing where the royals will go.
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October 28, Wellington

Harry and Meghan don't have a heavy schedule seeing as they arrive at 3pm, but they are attending a public wreath laying at Pukeahu National War Museum.

It's at 4:45pm and the Governor-General has even set up a Facebook event to give people an idea of where to go.

After that the couple are headed to an official dinner.

A graphic listing where the royals will go.
Photo credit: Newshub.

October 29, Wellington/Abel Tasman National Park

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are beginning the day with breakfast at Lyall Bay's Marenui Café. It will be closed to the public, but its sister café, Queen Sally's Diamond Deli, located about 200 metres around the corner will still be open.

After that the pair will go to Abel Tasman National Park.

While they're on their only trip to the South Island the pair will do a bush walk and have a barbeque on the beach.

They're also going to visit Courtenay Creative in Wellington.

A graphic listing where the royals will go.
Photo credit: Newshub.

October 30, Auckland

Harry and Meghan will head to Auckland and participate in several public events on Tuesday.

Most prominent will be a walk around the Viaduct at around 4pm, which the Governor-General has again already set up a Facebook event for details.

The royal couple will also participate in a gumboot throwing contest, visit the Auckland Museum and meet representatives of the Pillars charity.

A graphic listing where the royals will go.
Photo credit: Newshub.

October 31, Rotorua

The last day of the tour will be spent exploring Rotorua. The Duke and Duchess will visit the Redwoods Treewalk, Rainbow Springs, Te Papaiouru Marae and Government Gardens.

Again, the Governor-General has made a Facebook event for those that want to get amongst the fun at Government Gardens.

Once that's all over it's a short hop back to Wellington, before heading off back home via Australia.

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