President Obama Schedule for Thursday, November 17, 2011

DAILY GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011

In the morning, the President will participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Australia.  There will be travel pool coverage of this event.

Later in the morning, the President will meet with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott at Parliament House.  This meeting is closed press.

Later, the President will deliver an address to the Australian Parliament at Parliament House.  This address is pooled for cameras and open to correspondents.

After, the President will join Prime Minister Julia Gillard of Australia for a visit to a local school.  There will be travel pool coverage of the visit.

In the afternoon, the President will attend an U.S.  Embassy meet and greet at the U.S. Ambassador’s Residence in Canberra.  This event is closed press.

The President will then participate in a tree dedication ceremony with U.S. Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich. There will be a travel pool spray of the ceremony.

Later, the President will depart from Canberra en route Darwin, Australia   The President’s departure from Canberra International Airport and arrival at Darwin International Airport are open press.

In Darwin, the President will participate in a wreath laying ceremony with Prime Minister Gillard at the USS Peary Memorial in Darwin. There will be travel pool coverage of the ceremony.

After, the President and Prime Minister Gillard will deliver remarks to Australian Troops and U.S. Marines at the Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin.  These remarks are open press.

In the evening, the President will depart Darwin for Bali, Indonesia.  The departure of Air Force One from Darwin International Airport and arrival of Air Force One at Ngurah Rai/Bali International Airport are open press.

Australian Eastern Daylight Time

 

9:05AM         THE PRESIDENT participates in a wreath laying ceremony

Australian War Memorial  

Travel Pool Coverage

 

9:45AM         THE PRESIDENT meets with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott

Parliament House  

Closed Press

 

10:15AM         THE PRESIDENT addresses the Australian Parliament

Parliament House  

Pooled for Cameras, Open to Correspondents

 

11:25AM         THE PRESIDENT visits a local school with Prime Minister Gillard of Australia

Travel Pool Coverage  

 

 

12:00PM         THE PRESIDENT holds a U.S. Embassy meet and greet

U.S. Embassy, Canberra, Australia

Closed Press

 

12:15PM         THE PRESIDENT participates in a tree dedication ceremony

U.S. Embassy, Canberra, Australia

Travel Pool Coverage

 

12:55PM         THE PRESIDENT departs Canberra, Australia en route Darwin, Australia

Canberra International Airport

Open Press

 

Australian Central Standard Time

 

 

3:40PM          THE PRESIDENT arrives Darwin, Australia

Darwin International AIrport

Open Press

 

4:05PM         THE PRESIDENT participates in a wreath laying ceremony with Prime Minister Gillard

USS Peary Memorial, Darwin, Australia

Travel Pool Coverage

 

 

5:00PM         THE PRESIDENT and Prime Minister Gillard deliver remarks to Australian troops and U.S. Marines

Royal Australian Air Force Base, Darwin, Australia

Open Press

 

5:55PM         THE PRESIDENT departs Darwin en route Bali, Indonesia

Darwin International AIrport

Open Press

 

WITA:

 

6:45PM         THE PRESIDENT arrives Bali, Indonesia

Ngurah Rai/Bali International Airport

Open Press

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