The Wallabies' first game under Eddie Jones as head coach will be on July 8 against the Springboks at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria.
The next week, Australia will go back to Sydney to play Argentina at CommBank Stadium. Several other venues, such as Suncorp Stadium, ANZ Stadium, and Allianz Stadium, will not be available because of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
In 2020, when the two teams met there, the score was 16-16.
The Bledisloe Cup series will then begin, with Jones aiming to reclaim the trophy he last won as Wallabies coach in 2002.
The MCG will host rugby union for the first time since 2007 on Saturday, July 29.
Seven days later, the Wallabies will travel to Dunedin for their final practice before heading to France for the Rugby World Cup. Eden Park will also be used for the World Cup.
In a statement, Jones noted that the Rugby Championship is one of the toughest tournaments in the world. "Playing against high-caliber sides in South Africa, New Zealand, and Argentina in a World Cup year is great preparation for our team."
|Saturday 8 July||Wallabies vs South Africa||Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria||TBA|
|Saturday 15 July||Wallabies vs Argentina||CommBank Stadium, Sydney||7:50 pm AEST|
|Saturday 29 July||Wallabies vs New Zealand||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||7:50 pm AEST|
|Saturday 5 August||Wallabies vs New Zealand||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin||2:35 pm NZST/12:35 pm AEST|