The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will celebrate 90 years of the Royal Flying Doctor Service during the second day of their tour Down Under.
After a day of crowds and koalas, Harry and Meghan are travelling to the New South Wales city of Dubbo, 190 miles outside Sydney.
Kensington Palace said the duke was keen to visit regional Australia during the tour, the couple’s first outside the UK and Ireland.
During their day visit to Dubbo, the mother and father-to-be will also meet a local farmer to discuss the drought which has struck the region.
They will then head to a picnic and barbecue for members of the public at a park.