After opting for dresses in dark hues including green, turquoise and radiant red for her visit to New Zealand, Kate Middleton has adopted a contrasting wardrobe in Australia.

The Duchess of Cambridge has donned only brightly hued outfits so far in Australia.

The 32-year-old new mum touched down in Sydney, holding eight-month-old son Prince George. She was wearing a sunshine yellow dress by Roksanda Ilincic.

On the second day in Australia, when Kate and Prince William visited the Blue Mountains, the Duchess wore a navy blue and white Ikat Batik print dress from one of her favourite labels, Diane von Furstenberg.

The Duchess stunned in a cream lace dress by Australian designer Zimmerman on day three as she spent Good Friday carrying out various engagements in Sydney.

Kate teamed her knee-length frock dress with her Russell & Bromley wedges for visiting the Royal Easter Show, an agricultural show that has been running since 1823 and has been visited by several royals.

She also visited a children's hospice and Sydney's popular Manly beach wearing the same ensemble.

Their Royal Highnesses arrived in Brisbane on Saturday morning where the Duchess donned yet another bright hued summery dress, a high street one this time.

Kate wore a royal blue and white poppy print dress by luxury British designer LK Bennett. She completed her look with matching blue clutch by Australian brand Oroton and a pair of blue heels.

William and Kate visited the Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley near Brisbane where they met family members of military service personnel who have died during recent conflicts.

Have a look at what Kate wore in Australia in pictures below.