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Princess Mary and Prince Frederik of Denmark visit Sculpture by the Sea on November 20, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. Princess Mary and Prince Frederik are on their first official visit to Australia since 2008. The Royal visit begins in Sydney, before heading to Melbourne, Canberra and Broken Hill.

Princess Mary and Prince Frederik admire the view near the fibreglass artwork 'Who Left The Tap Running?' by Australian artist Simon McGrath during a visit to Sculpture by the Sea on November 20, 2011 in Sydney

Princess Mary and Prince Frederik of Denmark arrive at the opening of 'Curating Cities: Sydney-Copenhagen' at Customs House on November 20, 2011 in Sydney

Princess Mary of Denmark and Prince Frederik of Denmark are seen on Sydney Harbour during there Australian visit, 20 November 2011

Programme for the visit to Australia by the Crown Prince Couple

Sunday, November 20. Sydney

TRH the Crown Prince Couple’s programme
Sculpture by the Sea
10.40 am
The Crown Prince Couple visits the exhibition Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi Beach. The exhibition, which consists of more than 100 sculptures made by artists from Australia and across the world, is staged on a 2 km long coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama.

Opening of “Curating Cities: Sydney-Copenhagen”
1.00 pm
The Crown Prince Couple arrives at Customs House and participates at the launch of the innovative arts project “Curating Cities: Sydney-Copenhagen”, which shows how creative strategies can be used in the development of urban sustainability. Danish and Australian artists participate in the project and present their solution about reducing carbon in the urban environments.

Luncheon with business representatives
2.40 pm
The Crown Prince Couple participates in luncheon with Danish and Australian business representatives at Naval Museum, Garden Island.

Meeting with Governor-General of Australia
4.30 pm
The Crown Prince Couple participates in a meeting with the Australian Governor-General, HE Quentin Bryce and HE Michael Bryce at Admiralty House.