Excited Victorians chanted Harry and Meghan's names as they hugged, accepted gifts and shook hands with thousands of delighted fans lined up along Government House Drive.
"Luke's thing is Santa Claus", Anne van Dartel, principal of Buninyong Public School, Dubbo, told People.
"We had a bit of a laugh because last time he was here he was out for a run and he said "Last time I was a bit sweaty when I met you".
As for how the mom-to-be is doing with all this travel, Meghan told reporters she's "running on adrenaline" and feeling "a bit exhausted".
Later Meghan made an "emotional" speech at the all-girls school and spoke openly about her childhood.
"I don't know if that's an arrestable offence, but I think my friend Luke got away with it yesterday". "Harry's voice is very calming and soft", he said.
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"The interaction with all students was just so natural and so heartfelt and the love that they show between themselves. was wonderful".
Van Dartel said Luke's family were "excited" to be able to share Luke's happy nature with the world.
Harry said: "Men can help as well by getting involved, we have to".
Both went barefoot to walk on the beach, where they sat in a circle on the sand to speak to members of OneWave.
During a visit to Melbourne Beach the same day, Meghan opted for a black Club Monaco sheath and dark flats.
The couple will continue their official events in Sydney over the weekend, supporting the Invictus Games as the opening ceremony will be held on Saturday.