- Royal visits to New Zealand
Royal visit souvenir; festival year book. Dunedin: John McIndoe and Otago Daily Times & Witness Newspapers Co. Ltd., 1963.
On 6 February 1963, the anniversary of her accession to the throne and also the one hundred and twenty-third anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, returned to New Zealand. Among the notable measures to commemorate this occasion were the establishment of the Queen Elizabeth II National Arts Council and the Queen Elizabeth II Post-graduate Fellowship, which provides an annual fellowship administered by the Maori Education Trust.
Programme. NZBC Symphony Orchestra; royal concert, Dunedin 1970. Dunedin: Printed by McKenzie Thornton Cooper Ltd., .
On their third visit to New Zealand, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip were accompanied by Charles, Prince of Wales, and Princess Anne. The visit was timed primarily to celebrate the bi-centenary of Captain James Cook's voyage of discovery, and special displays were set up in various parts of the country. The royal party visited Ship Cove in Queen Charlotte Sound and Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula, where Cook's landings were re-enacted, and the Queen unveiled the Cook Memorial Medallion at Parliament Buildings.
Programme. Grand variety concert in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Kent; Dunedin Town Hall 10 November 1980. Dunedin: Printed by Kerr Printing & Stationery Ltd., .
The Queen’s cousins, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (b. 1935) and Katherine, Duchess of Kent (b. 1933), visited New Zealand from 31 October to 14 November 1980. The Duke, who graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Scots Greys, and served twenty-eight years in the Scots Dragoon Guards, spent time visiting Monticello Veteran’s Home while in Dunedin.