From the moment she first stepped off the royal barge in Sydney Harbour on the morning of February 3, 1954, generations of Australians have embraced and admired Queen Elizabeth II.
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Her 16 Australian tours included visits to hundreds of towns in every corner of the continent.
Celebrate the history and majesty of the late Queen and her affection for Australia with Memories of Her Majesty - When The Queen Came To Town - your 20-page special commemorative souvenir available only with Monday's print edition of your favourite daily ACM newspaper, the Western Advocate.
With historic photos from the archives and flashbacks to local coverage of memorable royal tours, our editors, journalists and photographers join with readers and civic leaders to share treasured memories of their community's brush with the monarch .
Don't miss your must-have royal souvenir in Monday's print edition.
And be sure to join our live coverage from 5pm Monday
From 5pm Monday, the ACM national team will have live coverage of Her Majesty's funeral from London.
Who's there, what's happening, what Australians are saying and the local memories of royal visits from our reporters and readers around Australia.
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