#RoyalVisitAustralia

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are touring New Zealand and Australia from 4-15th November 2015, focusing on the themes of community, culture and conservation.

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  1. Day One: Arrival in Adelaide
  2. Their Royal Highnesses arrived in Australia on Tuesday 10th November and received a warm welcome from hundreds of well wishers in the small town of Tanunda, Barossa.
  3. The Prince and The Duchess were escorted through the town square by the Mayor of The Barossa Council, Bob Sloane, and viewed some exhibits displaying the art, culture and heritage of the Barossa along the way.
  4. Ngadjuri Elder, Quentin Agius, and his two grandchildren gave TRH a traditional Welcome to Country in Tanunda. #RoyalVisitAustralia
    Ngadjuri Elder, Quentin Agius, and his two grandchildren gave TRH a traditional Welcome to Country in Tanunda. #RoyalVisitAustralia
  5. The Barossa Valley in Southern Australia boasts a strong farming heritage and is known for its abundant produce, stunning beauty and sense of community. There are around 750 winegrowing families in the region and the Barossa is famous for producing world-class wines. Today TRH toured Seppeltsfield Winery and attended an exhibition of premium South Australian food and wine. #RoyalVisitAustralia 
Picture: AUSPIC/DPS
    The Barossa Valley in Southern Australia boasts a strong farming heritage and is known for its abundant produce, stunning beauty and sense of community. There are around 750 winegrowing families in the region and the Barossa is famous for producing world-class wines. Today TRH toured Seppeltsfield Winery and attended an exhibition of premium South Australian food and wine. #RoyalVisitAustralia Picture: AUSPIC/DPS
  6. Their Royal Highnesses then paid a visit to Seppeltsfield Winery near Tanunda, where they were taken on a tour of the property, which included the barrel room. The Prince and The Duchess sampled Tawny port put under oak in the years of their birth; 1947 for Her Royal Highness and 1948 for His Royal Highness.
  7. Following the visit to Seppeltsfield Winery, The Duchess of Cornwall attended a Roundtable Discussion on Domestic Violence at Government House in Adelaide.
  8. The Prince of Wales ended the first day in Australia with a visit to the Bowden project in Adelaide. This $1 billion project plans to create a vibrant walkable community over the next decade that 3,500 residents will call home.
  9. Royal Tour Australia: Day Seven
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