In the morning, Her Excellency the Governor officially opened the Masters Swimming National Championships 2013 at the Aquatic Centre, Sydney Olympic Park.
In the morning, Her Excellency the Governor received Dr Richard Miles, Research Director, Ancient North African and Phoenician Diaspora Research Network, The University of Sydney, accompanied by Ms Ghada Daher, Executive Manager, at Government House.
In the morning, Her Excellency the Governor, as Patron, launched Corroboree Festival: the largest, annual, national Indigenous Arts and Cultural Festival in Australia’s history, at the State Government media announcement, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Rocks.
On Saturday morning, Her Excellency the Administrator, as Patron, officially opened Redfern Jarjum College, an independent Catholic, Jesuit school for children of families in the Aboriginal community of Redfern and its surrounds.
In the evening, Her Excellency the Administrator, as Patron, delivered an Address and presented awards at the 2013 Navigator’s Cup and Australia Day Botany Bay Regatta Trophy Presentation Evening, hosted by Hurstville City Council, at The Gardens on Forest, Peakhurst.
In the morning, Her Excellency the Administrator presided at a Meeting of the Federal Executive Council, at Government House, Canberra.
Her Excellency delivered the ANZAC Oration and laid the first wreath at the Commemorative ANZAC Service celebrating the Centenary Year of Parramatta High School.
Her Excellency the Administrator, as Visitor, attended the Faculty of Medicine Dinner, at MacLaurin Hall, The University of Sydney.
In the morning, Her Excellency the Administrator attended the swearing-in ceremony of François Kunc SC as a Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, in the Banco Court Law Courts Building, Queens Square, Sydney.
Her Excellency delivered an Address and unveiled a plaque at the Dedication Ceremony for the new peal of bells at St Leonard’s Catholic Church, Naremburn.