The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be travelling to eight New Zealand Centres during their stay.
Here are the details of their April 7-16 itinerary:
The family arrive at the Wellington Military Terminal and will be welcomed at a ceremony at the Government House.
The Royal couple will attend a Plunket nurse and parents' group in Wellington.
The Duke and Duchess will travel to Blenheim for wreath-laying at the war memorial and will then visit the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre.
The Duke will meet the Prime Minister and Labour leader and attend speeches and the unveiling of the Queen's portrait.
They'll spend the day in Auckland and visit to the RNZAF Base in Whenuapai.
The pair will then head out on Auckland harbour to race each other on America's Cup yachts.
It's Hamilton this morning and Cambridge in the afternoon, where they'll open the new national cycling centre.
The couple fly to Dunedin and attend a service at The Octagon before visiting Forsyth Barr Stadium and meet some of the All Blacks. The pair will then fly to Queenstown where they'll take a trip to a winery and head out on the Shotover Jet.
The day will be spent in Christchurch. Events include a visit to the CTV memorial park and the Wall of Remembrance.
The Royals' last day in the country will be spent in Wellington. They'll be visiting the RNZ police college and the Civic Square before departing to Sydney.