The Wallabies are training on the Gold Coast ahead of the first Bledisloe Cup Test against New Zealand in Auckland on August 7.
Rugby Australia (RA) has confirmed the Wallabies’ remaining domestic fixtures for 2021, headlined by a return to Canberra for the first time in four years.
They announced the Wallabies will face Argentina at GIO Stadium on October 2 as part of the Rugby Championship.
Dave Rennie’s men will also play the Pumas at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle as they look to go one better than their 15-all draw in 2020.
This comes after RA confirmed the Wallabies will take on the All Blacks in Perth on Saturday, August 21 and South Africa on September 12 and 18 at the Sydney Cricket Ground and Suncorp Stadium respectively.
“Rugby fans across Australia are once again in for a festival of Rugby with the 2021 Rugby Championship being played in Australia and New Zealand,” RA chief executive Andy Marinos said in a statement.
“I want to acknowledge and thank SANZAAR chief executive Brendan Morris as well as our SANZAAR joint venture partners for the pragmatic and proactive approach in ensuring that the 2021 eToro Rugby Championship goes ahead amidst the continued Covid impacts on international rugby.
“I would also like to thank our government partners and health authorities for their continued diligence and partnership in ensuring the competition will be safe for all players, staff and fans.
“This is a mouth-watering Test schedule with blockbusters in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Newcastle and Canberra.
Australia’s domestic fixtures for 2021
New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday 7 August at Eden Park, Auckland at 17:05 AEST*
The Rugby Championship
Wallabies v New Zealand, Saturday 21 August at Optus Stadium, Perth at 18:00 AWST*
New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday 28 August at Sky Stadium, Wellington at 17:05 AEST*
South Africa v Wallabies, Sunday 12 September at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney at 15:00 AEST
Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday 18 September at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane at 15:00 AEST
Wallabies v Argentina, Saturday 25 September at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle at 19:45 AEST
Argentina v Wallabies, Saturday 2 October at GIO Stadium in Canberra at 20:00 AEST