The match will mark the Wallaroos first test match in Western Australia.

Former Perth Spirit coach turned Wallaroos coach Dwayne Nestor says having the game in the state is fantastic.

"To be able to say we are going to host a double header here at Optus Stadium is fantastic so looking forward to that," he said.

"Looking forward to seeing a sea of gold jerseys in the crowd," Nestor said. 

While the Wallaroos two doubleheader games this year in Sydney and Ackland ended in losses which drew crowds, Nestor is hoping the Perth rugby fans get out and support the game.

"There is a lot of support for rugby here, there is so much support for rugby in general," Nestor said.

For Wallaroos back Mhicca Carter it is also personal as she played for her home state team, Western Force, in the inaugural Super W.

The Cottesloe representative says it's an incredible opportunity.

"My family are here, I don't think my father seen me play here or in any other jersey so for him to come to watch me play is incredible and just to be in front of locals, what an opportunity to showcase who we are," Carter said.