The first matchup to be held will be a three T20 games against the White Ferns on September 27 and 29 and October first.  

The matches will be held at the North Sydney Oval and will be the first since the T20 World Cup.

This will be followed by three ODI matches again against New Zealand to be held in Townsville, Cairns and the Gold Coast on October 5, 7 and 10 respectively.  

The national team's last 50-over match was against New Zealand, with the next two in the series cancelled when the COVID-19 pandemic started.

Three other ODI matches are scheduled in early 2021, on January 22 in Canberra, January 25 in Melbourne and January 28 in Hobart against India.  

This series is organized to prepare for the 50-over World Cup which starts in February 2021 in New Zealand.

No announcement or information has been given about the women's domestic seasons.  It has been rumoured though that the WBBL could be curtailed in an effort to cut costs after COVID-19 created significant financial losses to Cricket Australia.