The Coronation

 

 

 

 

 

The King Comes to His Crowning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here you will find information on the Coronation, the timing of the Procession and Crowning, in Australian Eastern Standard Time, together with the Liturgy and other information.

6pm AEST

 Congregation to be seated inside the Abbey.

6:30 - 7.45pm

 Heads of state, overseas government representatives, Government ministers, First Ministers, former PMs, foreign royals and members of the royal family arrive.

6:45pm

The Sovereign’s Escort of the Household Cavalry begin to gather ready for the procession from Buckingham Palace.

7:20pm

 The King and Queen Consort’s procession sets off from the Palace.

7:53pm

 The King and Queen Consort arrive at Westminster Abbey.

8pm

 The King and Queen enter the Abbey through the Great West Door and the service begins.

9pm

 The King is crowned. The Archbishop of Canterbury places the St Edward’s Crown on Charles’s head. Trumpets will sound and gun salutes will be fired across the UK.

10pm

 The service ends and the newly crowned King and Queen begin their coronation procession back to Buckingham Palace in the Gold State Coach.

10:33pm

 Charles and Camilla are expected to enter Buckingham Palace through the Centre Arch.

10:45pm

 The King and Queen Consort receive a royal salute from the military in the Palace gardens

11:15pm

 The King, Queen Consort and members of the royal family appear on the Palace balcony to watch the flypast.

Click on the title below to see:

The Liturgy - Order of the Service of the Coronation


The Coronation of Our Kings

Coronation Church Services in Australia

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  • Chris Dimolianis
    followed this page 2023-05-13 12:54:53 +1000
  • Kerrie Shield
    commented 2023-05-11 16:36:27 +1000
    I turned on the ABC just before 5pm and shortly after switched to channel 7. I couldn’t believe how disrespectful and outright rude the ABC was. I was confused. I was seeing footage of the royals but was hearing very nasty comments about them. I was left feeling our country is going down the drainage.

    Is this going to be the new norm from the ABC? It’s not about your personal beliefs, it’s about professional unbiased TV.
  • Eric Best
    commented 2023-05-08 20:40:40 +1000
    I was pleasantly surprised at how spiritual the coronation was. The king made vows of humility and service following the model of Christ. I can’t imagine any president being required to take such vows. Monarchy is a foil to politicians’ hubris.
  • Eric Best
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  • Julienne Chong
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  • Peter Young
    commented 2023-05-08 11:08:14 +1000
    I watched the coronation at a friend’s house on channel 7, came home in time to see the appearance by his majesty King Charles the third on the balcony. Decided to check to see what some of the other coverages were like. The instant I turned to the ABC coverage, I heard some young lady making a very vitriolic and acidic comment, so I turned back to switch between the other channels. I stuck with channel 7 in the end, as it seemed quite respectful a quite a bit more dignified.
  • Robert Harrison
    commented 2023-05-08 10:33:46 +1000
    I decided not to attend the AML function as preferred to spend the time with my children to use the occasion as educational. We sat down to watch the ABC coverage and almost immediately my children (aged 11 and 9) were horrified at the pro republican and biased attack on the monarchy. My children were upset at what they said was disrespectful. We voted with our feet and changed to Channel 7 who gave an unbiased and thoughtful coverage of the event. Unfortunately, I can’t quote specific examples as we chose not to watch the ABC after an unknown “expert” expressed a very anti-monarchist view shortly after 6pm with ABC anchors doing agreeing head nods. It saddens me greatly that I can no longer rely on the ABC to inform and educate which are their charter requirements.
  • john woods
    commented 2023-05-08 09:03:24 +1000
    I cannot understand why there is an urge by some to become a republic and change a system that has evolved the way it has and kept this country together. I hope our new King and Queen have a long and glorious reign and that includes as the “Head of State” of Australia. It seems referendum or not, the Governments of the day make change after change heading us in the direction of a republic. Without a mandate, without any consensus, except their personal desire to change the system. The most recent example being the appointment of a minister for a republic. That shows the arrogance of the current government in not respecting the previous referendums. And, remember this dishonest behavior only exemplifies what we can except when one of these political practitioners become our head of state. I can see any of them taking an oath as did the King to serve all.
  • john woods
    commented 2023-05-08 08:48:07 +1000
    I was born 70 years ago under a Monarchy system that is the envy of the rest of world.
  • john woods
    commented 2023-05-08 08:48:06 +1000
    I was born 70 years ago under a Monarchy system that is the envy of the rest of world.
  • sylvia modra
    followed this page 2023-05-04 16:43:51 +1000
  • Philip Benwell
    published this page in Our Monarchy 2023-05-04 02:55:07 +1000