Tuesday's trip to the Opera House marks the royal couple's last day in the Aussie city.
"I just think that it's lovely that they got off the beaten track and came out to Dubbo to speak with people affected by the drought", Warren farmer Audrey Weston told AAP.
While royal admirers waited for the chance to meet Harry and Meghan Markle, one young fan really bonded with the Duke of Sussex.
Prince Harry and his expectant wife Meghan visited a drought-stricken region of Australia Wednesday, bringing a rare and welcome rainstorm with them.
They had a packed schedule on day two of their Australian visit, visiting the Royal Flying Doctors Service, then heading to a drought-hit farm before a picnic at a park in the centre of Dubbo.
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But the pair also stopped for a heart-warming cuddle with five-year-old Luke Vincent, who was wearing his Buninyong Public School uniform and a blue-and-white cap as he nuzzled the duchess and affectionately rubbed the duke´s thinning ginger hair and stroked his beard.
Prince Harry and Meghan, on their first global tour since marrying in May, also visited the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Dubbo.
"But you need to know that part of being strong and tough is having the courage to ask for help when you need it. You will be continually amazed how life changes for the better". Luckily, they've just received their first baby gift.
But according to singer Missy Higgins, who met Meghan in Sydney during the royal tour of Australasia, the mum-to-be may be further along than we thought.
As they arrived, it started to pour but that didn't stop the prince from addressing the crowd.
The royal couple's visit to Australia coincides with the Invictus Games in Sydney from October 20-27.