PRINCE William will visit Victoria's flood-affected communities later this month.
Prince William will travel to north-west Victoria on March 21 on behalf of the Queen to view areas recently affected by flooding and talk to families who have been affected by recent floods.
Premier Ted Baillieu said today: "I am absolutely delighted the Prince is coming to Victoria to show his support."
"The Royal Family has shown a lot of interest in the terrible damage done to communities and families by the floods and Victorians will be greatly heartened to know of their interest," he said.
"The Prince’s visit will provide immense support and comfort to communities and families strickened by these floods."
A Victorian Government spokesman said details of the visit would be finalised within days but none are available at this stage.