Central West royal visit: List of gifts for Prince Harry and Meghan

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend a community picnic at Dubbo's Victoria Park. Photo: AAP
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend a community picnic at Dubbo's Victoria Park. Photo: AAP

Baby toys, oven gloves and even a container of slime were all given to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their trip to Australia. 

Prince Harry and Meghan visited Dubbo on October 17, as part of a trip to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

The list of gifts they received during that time have now been released.

From Dubbo Regional Council, the list says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were given: a soft toy elephant, a bib, baby milestone cards, a swaddle bag, a pair of sandals, a pair of baby's socks, two blankets, a baby-wearing sling, two swaddle blankets, a sleep suit, a comforter and a pair of baby's slippers.

However, council's manager economic development and marketing Josie Howard said it wasn't the official gift to the baby.

After Prince Harry spoke to the crowd at Victoria Park, mayor Ben Shields gave the royal couple some clapping sticks, made by Tim Naiden from Goanna Woodworks. Included in the gift were photos of the tree used to make the traditional item and a note on how they were made.

Ms Howard said they were chosen because they were representative of the region and were a unique offering for the Duke and Duchess.

Council had to have the gift approved by the palace in advance before it could be presented to Prince Harry and Meghan.

The baby items were donated by Royal Bubs and Tots. It was only the day before the visit that couple announced Meghan was pregnant.

Ms Howard said the basket was left in the room while the royals ate lunch during their Dubbo visit. She said because the gift hadn't been approved by the palace, she was unsure if it would be accepted.

The Dubbo College Girls Academy presented the royals with jewellery, a t-shirt, a sports vest and a painted egg and the Dubbo Senior Collage Clontarf Foundation gave a sports jersey.

Meanwhile, the Royal Flying Doctor Service handed over a teddy bear, two caps, two water bottles and a tote bag. The RFDS South Easten Division Broken Hill Women's Auxiliary gave the royals a Christmas pudding.

See the full list of presents given to the Duke and Duchess during their royal tour: