The young Princes in Ballarat during the same 1881 visit to Victoria. X
On the 5th of July, 1881 the Princes Albert Victor and George (the future King George V of the United Kingdom) visited Bendigo in the colony of Victoria, Australia to open a fountain in honour of their mother.
Prince Albert Victor in the late 1880s.
The Alexandra Fountain, named for Alexandra of Denmark, daughter-in-law of Queen Victoria, is the second largest municipal fountain in what is now the state of Victoria.
George in 1893.
Albert died of influenza less than a decade after this Australian visit, leaving younger brother George to go on to become King in 1910.