Cricket Australia will host the first women's A series when Australia face India in December.
The two sides will play three One-Day Internationals in Brisbane before moving to the Gold Coast for three International Twenty20s.
The series follows Australia’s A tour to India last year and a confirmed tour to England in July that will run parallel to the Women’s Ashes.
It is set to give Australian selectors the chance to cast a wide net ahead of the women's T20 World Cup next year.
“Hosting the first A tour for our female cricketers is another important step in the evolution of the National Talent Pathway," Female High Performance Manager, Shawn Flegler said.
“A lot of work has gone into the women’s pathway and we’ve already seen numerous players come through the system and show they are capable to taking the next step to International level.
“We now have annual tours for our Australia Under 19 team, the Women’s National Performance Squad is in its third year and now being able to schedule regular Australia A tours, both at home and away is the icing on the cake.
“The additional experience and opportunities these tours present for these talented cricketers is crucial in ensuring that Australia has the depth and talent to maintain its position as one of the most dominant teams in the game."
Fans will have to wait for venues to be confirmed.
12 December: Australia A v India A, Brisbane
14 December: Australia A v India A, Brisbane
16 December: Australia A v India A, Brisbane
19 December: Australia A v India A, Gold Coast
21 December: Australia A v India A, Gold Coast
23 December: Australia A v India A, Gold Coast