Prince Harry arrived in Australia's Sydney late on Friday (October 4) where he is expected to participate in the International Fleet Review (IFR).

Prince Harry waved to his fans as he got in the back of a white Holden at Sydney Airport. Accompanied by several security vehicles, Prince Harry's car left the airport and made its way to the city.

The prince was invited to Australia by the Chief of Navy to participate in the IFR.

Earlier on Friday, more than 20 warships from 17 countries sailed into Sydney marking 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy first entered Sydney Harbour.

IFR is an international event in which warships, along with tall ships, take part in naval exercises. More than one million visitors are expected in Sydney to watch and take part in the IFR.

During his short visit in Australia, Prince Harry is expected to board a vessel at Campbell's Cove on Saturday (October 5). He will then make his way across to Kirribilli House in the afternoon to attend an official function with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

On Sunday (October 6), Prince Harry will travel to Perth in Western Australia where he will be greeted by the state's Premier Colin Barnett.

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