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Queen's progress


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Touring Australia

The excitement and fervour of the tour was captured by the photographers of the Australian News and Information Bureau who were there at every stage of the Queen's two month visit. View a selection of images from the tour below.

An exhausting itinerary

The Queen's tour was comprehensive and she visited every state and territory, except Darwin, from her arrival on 3 February to her departure on 1 April. The royal party was based in major cities for most of their stay, but made numerous side trips to other locations.

New South Wales

Sydney: 3-18 February, Newcastle: 9 February, Lismore: 9-10 February, Casino: 10 February, Dubbo: 10 February, Wollongong: 11 February, Bathurst: 12 February, Katoomba: 12 February, Lithgow: 12 February, Wagga Wagga: 13 February

Australia Capital Territory

Canberra: 13-18 February.

Tasmania

Hobart: 20-23 February, Wynyard: 23 February, Burnie: 23 February, Ulverstone: 23 February, Devonport: 23 February, Cressy: 23-24 February,  Launceston: 24 February

Victoria

Melbourne: 24 February-9 March.

South Australia

Mount Gambier: 26 February.

Victoria

Hamilton: 26 February, Flinders: 2 March, Sale: 3 March, Traralgon: 3 March, Yallourn:3 March, Warragul: 3 March, Benalla: 5 March, Shepparton: 5 March, Echuca: 5 March, Rochester: 5 March, Bendigo: 5 March, Castlemaine: 5 March, Maryborough: 5 March, Ballarat: 6 March, Geelong: 6 March, Warburton: 6 March.

Queensland

Brisbane: 9-18 March, Bundaberg: 11 March, Toowoomba: 11 March, Cairns: 12 March, Townsville: 13 March, Mackay: 15 March, Rockhampton: 15 March.

New South Wales

Broken Hill: 18 March.

South Australia

Adelaide: 18-26 March, Whyalla: 20 March, Port Lincoln: 20 March, Woomera: 22 March, Renmark: 23 March,
Mildura: 25 March.

Western Australia

Kalgoorlie: 26 March, Perth: 26 March, Busselton: 30 March, Albany: 30 March, Northam: 31 March, York: 31 March, Fremantle: 1 April.