List of Commonwealth visits made by Queen Elizabeth II


List of Commonwealth visits made by Queen Elizabeth II

Below is a list of visits to Commonwealth countries made by Queen Elizabeth II.

1950s

1952

*February Kenya

1953–54

*24–25 November 1953 Bermuda
*25–27 November Jamaica
*17–19 December Fiji
*19–20 December Tonga
*23 December 1953 – 30 January 1954 New Zealand
*3 February – 1 April Australia
*5 April Cocos Islands
*10–21 April Ceylon
*27 April Aden (Yemen)
*28–30 April Uganda
*3–7 May Malta
*10 May Gibraltar

1956

*28 January – 16 February Nigeria

1957

*12–16 October Canada

1959

*18 June – 1 August Canada

1960s

1961

*20 January Cyprus (refuelling)
*21 January – 1 February India
*1–16 February Pakistan
*16–26 February India
*1–2 March India
*9–20 November Ghana
*25 November – 1 December Sierra Leone
*3–5 December Gambia

1963

*30 January – 1 February Canada
*2–3 February Fiji
*6–18 February New Zealand
*18 February – 27 March Australia
*28 March Fiji (refuelling)
*29 March Canada

1964

*5–13 October Canada

1966

*1 February Canada
*1 February Barbados
*2 February Mustique (private visit)
*4–5 February British Guiana (Guyana)
*7–10 February Trinidad and Tobago
*11 February Grenada
*13 February St. Vincent & the Grenadines
*14–15 February Barbados
*16 February St. Lucia
*17 February Antigua (private visit)
*18 February Dominica
*19 February Montserrat
*20–21 February Antigua
*22 February St. Kitts & Nevis
*23 February British Virgin Islands
*25 February Turks and Caicos Islands
*26–28 February The Bahamas
*1 March The Bahamas (Conception Island) (private visit)
*3–6 March Jamaica

1967

*29 June – 5 July Canada
*14–17 November Malta

1970s

1970

*2–3 March Canada
*4–5 March Fiji
*7 March Tonga
*12–30 March New Zealand
*30 March – 3 May Australia
*3 May Fiji (refuelling)
*3–4 May Canada
*5–15 July Canada

1971

*3–12 May Canada

1972

*18–20 February Singapore
*22–26, 28 February Malaysia
*29 February Brunei
*2 March Malaysia
*5 March Singapore
*6, 8 March Malaysia
*13–14 March Maldives
*19–20 March Seychelles
*24–26 March Mauritius
*26 March Kenya

1973

*25 June – 5 July Canada
*31 July – 4 August Canada
*15 October Canada
*16–17 October Fiji
*17–22 October Australia
*23 October Singapore (refuelling)

1974

*27 January Canada
*28–29 January Cook Islands
*30 January – 8 February New Zealand
*11 February Norfolk Island
*15–16 February New Hebrides
*18–21 February Solomon Islands
*22–27 February Papua New Guinea
*27–28 February Australia
*28 February Singapore (refuelling)

1975

*16–18 February Bermuda
*18–20 February Barbados
*20–21 February Bahamas
*1 March Bermuda (refuelling)
*26–30 April Jamaica
*4–7 May Hong Kong

1976

*13–25 July Canada

1977

*10–11 February Western Samoa
*14 February Tonga
*16–17 February Fiji
*22 February – 7 March New Zealand
*7–23 March Australia
*23–26 March Papua New Guinea
*26–30 March Australia
*14–19 October Canada
*19–20 October Bahamas
*22–23 October Plana Cays and Inagua (private)
*26 October British Virgin Islands
*27 October Antigua (private)
*28 October Antigua
*30 October Mustique (private)
*31 October – 2 November Barbados

1978

*26 July – 6 August Canada

1979

*19–22 July Tanzania
*22–25 July Malaŵi
*25–27 July Botswana
*27 July – 4 August Zambia

1980s

1980

*24 May Singapore (refuelling)
*24–28 May Australia
*29 May Singapore (refuelling)

1981

*26 September Singapore (refuelling)
*26 September – 12 October Australia
*12–20 October New Zealand
*20–21 October Australia
*21–25 October Sri Lanka

1982

*15–18 April Canada
*5 October Singapore (refuelling)
*5–13 October Australia
*13–14 October Papua New Guinea
*18 October Solomon Islands
*21 October Nauru
*23 October Kiribati
*26–27 October Tuvalu
*30 October – 1 November Fiji

1983

*13 February Bermuda (refuelling)
*13–16 February Jamaica
*16–17 February Cayman Islands
*8–11 March Canada
*9–10 November Cyprus
*10–14 November Kenya
*14–17 November Bangladesh
*17–26 November India

1984

*25–26 March Cyprus
*24 September – 7 October Canada

1985

*9–11 October Belize
*11–18 October Bahamas
*20 October Inagua (private)
*23 October Saint Kitts and Nevis
*24 October Antigua
*25 October Dominica
*26 October St. Lucia
*27 October Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
*28–29 October Barbados
*30 October Mustique (private)
*31 October Grenada
*1–3 November Trinidad and Tobago

1986

*22 February – 2 March New Zealand
*2–13 March Australia
*21–23 October Hong Kong

1987

*9–24 October Canada

1988

*19 April – 10 May Australia

1989

*8–11 March Barbados
*9–11 October Singapore
*14–21 October Malaysia (Official Visit)

1990s

1990

*31 January Singapore (refuelling)
*1 February Australia
*1–16 February New Zealand
*17 February Australia
*17 February Singapore
*27 June – 1 July Canada

1991

*7 October Kenya (overnight stop)
*8–10 October Namibia
*10–19 October Zimbabwe

1992

*18–25 February Australia
*28–30 May Malta
*30 June – 2 July Canada

1993

*18–24 October Cyprus

1994

*18 February Anguilla
*19 February Dominica
*19–22 February Guyana
*22–24 February Belize
*26–27 February Cayman Islands
*1–3 March Jamaica
*6–8 March Bahamas
*8–10 March Bermuda
*13–22 August Canada

1995

*19–25 March South Africa
*30 October – 11 November New Zealand

1997

*23 June – 2 July Canada
*6–12 October Pakistan
*12–18 October India

1998

*17–20 September Brunei Darussalam
*20–23 September Malaysia (XVI Commonwealth Games)

1999

*7–9 November Ghana
*9–15 November South Africa
*15 November Mozambique

2000s

2000

*17 March – 1 April Australia

2002

*18–20 February Jamaica
*22–27 February New Zealand
*27 February – 3 March Australia
*4–15 October Canada

2003

*3–6 December Nigeria

2005

*17–25 May Canada
*23–26 November Malta

2006

*12–16 March Australia
*16–18 March Singapore

2007

*20–21 November Malta
*21–24 November Uganda (Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM))

ee also

* Royal visits to Australia
* Royal tours of Canada
* States headed by Elizabeth II

External links

* [http://www.direct.gov.uk/Gtgl1/GuideToGovernment/InternationalBodies/InternationalBodiesArticles/fs/en?CONTENT_ID=4003092&chk=JXlogH The Commonwealth] —UK government site


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