Super Bike champion Troy Corser takes the Queen's Baton for a lap at the Phillip Island Grand Prix track on Day 37 of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay.
Police escort riders travel around the Phillip Island Race Track with Troy Corser and the Baton.
Troy Corser dazzles the crowd with stunts on his bike.
Adrian Radley crosses the Phillip Island Bridge toward mainland Victoria with the Baton.
The Queen’s Baton Relay goes through Newhaven, Koo Wee Rup, Cardinia and Cranbourne on the morning of day 37.
Joshua Denholm takes the Queen’s Baton through the Dandenong Hospital Children’s Ward where many patients get a chance to hold the Baton. Captain Starlight of the Starlight Foundation joins in too.
School Children of Dandenong line the route at the Palm Plaza Mall in the City of Greater Dandenong to greet the Baton’s arrival.
Cycling champion Kathy Watt OAM proudly carries the Queen’s Baton up to the stage for the welcoming ceremony in Dandenong.
Alfred Floyd receives the Baton from Kathy Watt and carries through the streets of Dandenong.
A huge crowd gathers in the heat in Frankston for the Baton’s arrival.
Swimmer Tammy Van Wisse, the final runner for the day, bounds into Frankston for the welcoming ceremony on the waterfront.