Prime Minister John Key has released more details about the visit of Prince Harry to New Zealand.
The Prince arrives on Saturday 9 May and will be formally welcomed at Government House in Wellington before attending a wreath laying ceremony at the National War Memorial.
Later that night he will attend the Hurricanes rugby match against the Sharks at Westpac Stadium.
Mr Key said Prince Harry's itinerary has been finalised to ensure he meets as many New Zealanders as possible.
On Sunday and Monday he will visit Stewart Island, meeting members of the community there as well as visiting Ulva Island, a Department of Conservation open island sanctuary.
The Prince visits Christchurch on Tuesday and will tour the Re:Start Mall and meet members of the student volunteer army at the University of Canterbury.
The following day he will visit Linton Military Camp and take part in a number of army activities, including learning the army's haka.
On Friday he goes to Whanganui where he will visit Putiki Marae and join the crew of the Marae's waka for a trip on the river before visiting the War Memorial Centre.
Prince Harry ends his trip to New Zealand with a visit to Auckland. On Friday he will visit the Southern Cross Campus School, Middlemore Hospital's spinal rehabilitation union and attend a reception with emergency services and disaster relief organisations at Government House.
Before flying out late on Saturday he will join young footballers at a FIFA under-20 event at the Cloud and visit the Millennium Institute of Sport.
More details are available on the Governor-General's Facebook page.