Everything you need to know about Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

Following five days of Queen Elizabeth's body lying in state, processions, commemorations and mourning - here's all you need to know about the Queen's state funeral. 

Buckingham Palace has detailed Her Late Majesty's funeral where Queen Elizabeth will make her final journey before being laid to rest. 

After thousands and thousands visited the queen lying in state at Westminster Hall, the doors will close at 5:30pm on Monday (NZ time).

At 7:30pm Newhub's Queen Elizabeth II's funeral special will begin on Three, led by Samantha Hayes and Melissa Chan-green. 

At 9:35pm (NZ time) the queen's coffin will leave Westminster Hall, where her coffin will be placed on a gun carriage and pulled by 142 Royal Navy Sailors to Westminster Abbey, followed by King Charles and Prince Harry and William. 

At 9:52pm (NZ time) the queen's coffin will arrive at Westminster Abbey for her service, due to begin at 10pm (NZ time), which will be led by the Dean of Westminster.

At 10:55pm (NZ time) the Last Post will sound and a national two-minute silence will commence marking the end of the ceremony.

At 11pm (NZ time) the queen's coffin will be placed back on the gun carriage, where guns will be fired at Hyde Park and Big Ben will ring every minute for the entirety of the procession. 

Following the state funeral - her coffin will be followed by King Charles, the Queen Consort, the Prince and Princess of Wale and members of the royal family will walk in the procession to Wellington Arch. 

Upon arrival at Wellington Arch at 12am (NZ time), the queen's coffin will be transferred to the new state hearse where her 40km journey to Windsor Castle begins. 

The queen's hearse will avoid motorways and instead drive through major roads to Windsor, giving people the opportunity to say their final goodbyes. 

At 2am on Tuesday (NZ time) the hearse will arrive at Windsor Castle, where it will drive along The Long Walk - a scenic route to Windsor. 

By then members of the Royal Family will accompany the queen's coffin through the Castle gates for a private burial.