PRINCE Harry has arrived in Sydney to help celebrate 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy fleet first entered the waterway.
The International Fleet Review visit marks the prince's first official trip to Australia representing the royal family.
This morning he and Governor-General Quentin Bryce boarded the HMAS Leeuwin on Sydney Harbour, where thousands of people packed into prime viewing points.
They will take part in a ceremonial fleet review before the prince heads to Kirribilli House to meet a number of young Australians who have been recognised for helping others.
Jordan O'Reilly from disability support group Fighting Chance says he is not sure what he will say to the prince.