With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s trip Down Under just over a month away, certain venues are hotly tipped to be top of the agenda.
And now, Sportsbet have revealed the top places that could receive a royal visit.
From Dubbo Zoo to Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb and Bondi Beach, FEMAIL takes a look at the runners and riders that could be visited by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in October.
They also reveal the animals most likely to be photographed with the royal couple, and the types of clothing the Duchess might wear.
With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s (pictured) trip Down Under just over a month away, certain venues are hotly tipped to be top of the agenda
When it comes to the places likely to be visited on the royal tour, the most tipped is Dubbo Zoo (pictured) at $1.75
Which tourist attractions will they visit?
$1.75 Dubbo Zoo
$2.50 Coffee on Degraves Street
$3.00 Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
$3.50 SS Maheno Shipwreck
$5.00 Sailing on Sydney Harbour Bridge
$7.00 Climb the MCG
$8.00 See a performance at the Sydney Opera House
$10 Camp overnight on a Fraser Island Beach
$12 Eureka Skydeck
$21 Swimming at Bondi Beach
$51 Ride on the Melbourne Observation Wheel
When it comes to the places likely to be visited on the royal tour, the most tipped is Dubbo Zoo at $1.75.
Following Dubbo, which will be visited by the couple on 17 October, a coffee on Degraves Street is likely, at $2.50, and Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb has odds of $3.
Climbing the MCG and seeing a performance at the Sydney Opera House also got a look in, with $7 and $8 odds respectively.
The online bookmaker has priced Meghan and Harry $10 to camp overnight on Fraser Island.
However, the places that are least likely to be visited include a swim at Bondi Beach for $21 – a surprise given that Prince Charles enjoyed a surf at the world-famous beach in 1977.
A ride on Melbourne’s Observation Wheel, at $51, is also unlikely.
Sydney Harbour Bridge (pictured) Climb – an activity enjoyed by many in the coastal city – has odds of $3
The places that are least likely to be visited include a swim at Bondi Beach (stock image) for $21
ince Charles enjoyed a surf at the world-famous beach in 1977 (pictured)
ANIMALS SET TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED WITH
Thousands of people visiting Australia enjoy getting a selfie with one of the many animals.
And HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be set to be no exception, with bets currently open for the first animal to be photographed with them.
Top of the odds is a koala, with $2.50 odds, followed by a kangaroo at $3.50 and a wallaby at $4.
At the tail end is a cane toad for $91, a red back spider at $126 and a great white shark at a whopping $476.
A snap with a dingo is also an outside chance, at $61.
‘Celebrities love cuddling Koalas and we expect Meghan to be no different,’ Sportsbet’s Ella Zampatti explained.
‘We don’t expect Harry to go for a dip at Bondi, but if he does Meghan will probably be close by in case she has to coat-hanger any bikini clad females.’
When it comes to animals the royals (pictured) might be photographed with, a koala is the most likely
Climbing the MCG (pictured) has strong odds for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
OUTFITS MEGHAN IS LIKELY TO WEAR
When the Duchess arrives Down Under, all eyes will be on her outfits and the fashion choices she makes.
And if Meghan makes any Australian-inspired sartorial choices, the most likely is an Akubra, at $2 odds.
Iconic accessories label RM Williams, has odds of $3, while a flano shirt is $5 and Ugg boots are $21.
Least likely is a safari suit, at $91.