The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, will visit Australia and New Zealand for three weeks in April with their nine-month-old baby, George.
A spokesman for the Royals says they will base themselves in Wellington, Canberra and Sydney.
The Australian public will see baby Prince George at least once on the tour, the spokesman said.
He says the Royals are tremendously excited about the tour.
From Sydney, they will visit Blue Mountains residents affected by last year's bushfires, Taronga Park Zoo - where a bilby enclosure will be named after the young prince - and the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
The couple will also visit the Royal Australian Air Force base at Amberley during a stop at Brisbane, before later visiting Adelaide and Uluru, where they will walk around the base of the iconic rock.
The trip, which will be the Duchess's first official visit to Australia, follows Prince William's last official visit in March 2011 to Queensland and Victoria.
The couple briefly touched down at Brisbane airport in 2012 on the way back from a tour of the Asia-Pacific region.
The young prince will be nine months old in April - the same age as Prince William when he first came to Australia with his parents, Prince Charles and Diana, in March 1983.
Prince George will spend two nights in total away from his parents as they fulfil their tour duties.
The Royals will be in Canberra for Anzac Day commemorations to mark 100 years since the start of World War I.
Royal visit itinerary - Australia
- April 16 - Sydney, NSW
- April 17 - Blue Mountains, NSW - visiting bushfire-affected areas
- April 18 - Sydney, NSW
- April 19 - Brisbane, Qld - RAAF base visit
- April 20 - Sydney, NSW - Easter Sunday church service
- April 21 - Sydney, NSW
- April 22 - Uluru, NT
- April 23 - Adelaide, SA - Meet young Australians at Northern Sound System
- April 24 - Canberra, ACT
- April 25 - Canberra, ACT - Anzac day march and service at War Memorial