Australians have been invited to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II and take part in a moment of silence on the National Day of Mourning on Thursday.
There will be a National Memorial Service at Parliament House in Canberra, starting with one minute's silence that will be observed at 11am.
The National Memorial Service will be broadcast live for all Australians to watch.
Australians and organisations have also been "invited" to observe the moment of silence for Her Majesty.
While there was no official period of mourning in Australia, following the Queen's death, it was suggested Australian flags fly at half mast from September 9 until today, Tuesday, September 20.
However, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet explained why one prominent flag — the Governor-General's flag, was at full mast throughout that period.
"Vice-Regal Standards, such as the Governor-General’s Standard, are to remain at full-mast," it was explained.
"It represents the Monarchy, which is continuous, and it would therefore be inappropriate for it to fly at half-mast."
Queen laid to rest overnight, staffer collapses
On Monday night Australian time, the Queen's body was taken from London's Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey for the funeral service attended by what has been described as one of the largest gatherings of world leaders.
Among those leaders was Mr Albanese, who BBC commentators seemingly did not recognise during their broadcast. Governor-General David Hurley was also in attendance.
While some 2000 people filed into Westminster Abbey for the funeral, more disturbing scenes were seen outside.
A Buckingham Palace household staff person was seen collapsed on the ground following the State Funeral.
In another incident, a police officer had to be carried away from Westminster Abbey after he collapsed while standing guard of the Queen ahead of the funeral.
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