Notes on the program of the Governor of Victoria.
The Governor accompanied by Judge Howard opened the Lorne Sculpture Biennale.
The Governor hosted a reception for the Justices of the Family Court of Australia; and attended the Law Institute Victoria's Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch.
The Governor received a call from Mr Malcolm Cater, Chair of Lord Somers Camp; and hosted a luncheon in honour of the visit of delegates from the Hong Kong Design Centre.
The Governor spoke at the LaTrobe Regional Hospital International Women's Day Luncheon at Traralgon Vineyard and in the evening, attended the Victorian Sports Awards at the MCG.
The Governor presided at a meeting of the Executive Council. On the occasion of International Women's Day 2016, the Governor addressed Pascoe Vale Girls College students and attended a meeting of The Queen's Fund at Melbourne Town Hall. She then hosted an Afternoon Tea at Government House; and in the evening accompanied by Judge Howard, delivered the keynote address at the Institute of Public Administration Australia Victoria Annual International Women's Day Gala Dinner.
On Sunday, the Governor and Judge Howard hosted a reception for the Melbourne International Fashion Festival 20th Anniversary at Government House.
On Saturday, the Governor unveiled a bust of Charles La Trobe at the Queenscliffe Historical Museum
The Governor received a call from Mr Jason Yeap OAM, Chairman, Mering Corporation and later in the morning opened the Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria's new Head Office in Richmond. The Governor also hosted a reception for the Women Barristers' Association.
The Governor hosted a reception for international school students and received a call from Lieutenant General David Morrison AO, Australian of the Year 2016. The Governor and Judge Howard also hosted a reception for the Luke Batty Foundation.
The Governor presided at a meeting of the Executive Council; and received a call from the Hon. Matthew Guy MP, Leader of the Opposition. The Governor also toured CSL Limited in Parkville.