Royal visit: Where to see Prince Andrew in Wollongong

Prince Andrew The Duke of York gestures while interacting with tenants on a tour of Brisbane start-up and innovation hub The Precinct on September 23. Picture: Regi Varghese/AAP.
Prince Andrew The Duke of York gestures while interacting with tenants on a tour of Brisbane start-up and innovation hub The Precinct on September 23. Picture: Regi Varghese/AAP.

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Fans of the Royal Family will have just a few chances to catch a glimpse of Prince Andrew when he visits Wollongong on Tuesday.

Wollongong City Council will host a civic reception for the Duke of York at Wollongong Art Gallery from 10.15am.

His Royal Highness will then head to the SMART Infrastructure Facility to launch the University of Wollongong’s Global Leadership program from 11.55am.

While there the Duke will meet local school principals and HSC students.

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But the main reason Prince Andrew is in Wollongong is to launch his Pitch@Palace initiative. The event will take place at iC Central at the Innovation Campus from about 2.30pm.

Prince Andrew wraps up his Wollongong commitments in the evening with a cocktail function at the iAccelerate building in North Wollongong.

The function starts at 5.30pm, with the Duke to give his closing remarks from 6.15pm.