Australia to host Wales, Scotland in June
The Wallabies, who finished third at the recent World Cup, will play Scotland in Newcastle on June 5 before three Tests against Wales in Brisbane (June 9), Melbourne (June 16) and Sydney (June 23).
"A return to a three-Test series as we will play against Wales is an opportunity to build anticipation, excitement and momentum during the course of the tour," the Australian Rugby Union managing director John O'Neill said.
"It is a long time since we have had that opportunity, to experience a heavyweight northern hemisphere opponent in our backyard for three Tests."
The two countries also meet in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff next month on Australia's two-match tour of Europe, which also includes a meeting with the Barbarians at Twickenham.
The Super rugby provincial competition will be suspended from June 2 to June 29 to make way for the international window.