The Wallabies will kick off their Bledisloe Cup campaign against the All Blacks at Eden Park on August 7 before the seven-week Rugby Championships begins.
Perth will play host to Australia’s only home Bledisloe Cup fixture on August 21 before the three-match series returns to Wellington, where the arch-rivals played out a thrilling 16-all draw in Dave Rennie’s first match in charge of the Wallabies last year.
The venue for the September 11 clash against the Springboks is yet to be decided, but Sydney and Melbourne will be the front runners to host Australia’s first clash with South Africa in 671 days.
Suncorp Stadium will host the second clash against the Springboks on September 18.
The venues for the September 25 and October 2 matches against Argentina are also yet to be determined.
The city that misses out on the first Springboks clash will almost certainly host one of the two games against the Pumas and the other clash could head to Canberra or the Gold Coast.
South Africa and Argentina agreed to forfeit their home fixtures against the Wallabies and All Blacks due to ongoing COVID-enforced travel restrictions.