Prince Harry is soaking in the culture down under as he joined thousands of Australians at Sydney Harbour for the International Fleet Review fireworks.
The review is a celebration to mark 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy fleet first entered Sydney Harbour.
The show featured a series of fly pasts throughout the afternoon and into the evening.
Prince Harry was greeted with cheers as he started his first official visit to Australia.
The prince is representing the Queen at the International Fleet Review in Sydney, which features around 40 warships from 17 countries.
More than a million people are expected to line the banks of Sydney Harbour later today to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and commemorate 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) first modern warships sailed into Sydney.
The event will involve 8,000 naval personnel and Royal Australian Air Force aircraft, and will finish with a firework display over Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Britain has sent one of its latest and most advanced ships, Type 45 destroyer HMS Daring, to represent the Royal Navy.
Earlier Prince Harry embarked on survey ship HMAS Leeuwin at the city's Garden Island naval base before inspecting the flotilla at the International Fleet Review in Sydney, which features around 40 warships from 17 countries.
Prince Harry has begun inspecting an international fleet of warships in Sydney Harbour.
The Prince was joined by Governor-General Quentin Bryce and Australia's Prime Minister, Tony Abbott MP in front of thousands of spectators on the shore line.
A small group of demonstrators from Sydney's Turkish community have marched through the city showing their support for the protests in Turkey over the last few days.
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