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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are scheduled to land at Dunedin Airport at 12.55pm from Wellington.
At 1.15pm, they will be greeted at Mosgiel Railway Station by Dunedin mayor Dave Cull, who will accompany them aboard a Dunedin Railways train to the city.
Prince Charles will visit Animation Research at 2.50pm while Camilla attends a literature event at the University of Otago.
The couple will then visit Orokonui Ecosanctuary at 4pm before returning to Wellington.
The weather forecast is for a sunny day in Dunedin, with a high of 14degC.
The day gets under way for the Royals in Wellington, where Charles starts his official engagements with a visit to Tawa Colleges where he is scheduled to see musical performances, sport demonstrations and a wool event.
At the same time his wife remains in central Wellington at Te Whaea, the National Dance and Drama Centre.
There she will meet drama and dance students there.
In Dunedin, the Royals' visit will involve closures and delays to traffic.
Closed 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Gladstone Rd South from west end of McGlashan St to east end of McGlashan St.
Closed noon to 3pm
Anzac Ave: In front of the Railway Station from Anzac Ave to Castle St.
Closed 1pm to 3pm
SH1 southbound: (Castle St and High St) from St Andrew St to Queens Gardens (detour available via Thomas Burns St, Wharf St and Strathallan St).
State Highway 88: From St Andrew St to SH1 southbound.
Bow Lane: From SH88 to SH1.
Stuart St: From SH1 northbound (Cumberland St) to SH1 southbound (Castle St).
Closed 1.15pm to 3pm
Thomas Burns railway footbridge.
Closed 1pm to 3.30pm
Dowling St: From Princes St to Queens Gardens. Delays 2.45pm and 3.30pm:SH88, the Port Chalmers highway.
Closed 4.30pm to 5pm
Blueskin Rd: From Purakaunui Rd to Borlases Rd.
Delays 4.45pm to 5.30pm
SH88 and SH1 southbound; road users asked to allow extra time, and avoid these areas if possible.
Dowling St car park 1pm to 3.30pm.
DCC car park north of Toitu Otago Settlers Museum all day.