Tickets to the Wallabies 2023 eToro Rugby Championship home Tests are now available through an exclusive Team Rugby pre-sale period.
Led by new head coach Eddie Jones, the Wallabies first home Test of the year will be against Argentina at CommBank Stadium in Sydney on July 15.
The Test will see Jones reignite his coaching rivalry with former Randwick teammate, Wallabies coach and current Pumas boss, Michael Cheika.
A fortnight later, on July 29, the Wallabies will head to the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) to take on New Zealand in the opening Bledisloe Cup Test, in what will be the final opportunity to see the Wallabies in Australia in 2023.
The Wallabies will be looking to continue their record against the All Blacks at the MCG, the only venue in world rugby where the visitors have a negative record, with Australia winning two of the three encounters at the ground, the latest resulting in a 20-15 win to the men in gold in 2007.
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Wallabies head coach Eddie Jones said: “There's nothing better than playing Test Rugby and representing your country on home soil."
"Firstly in Sydney against the combative Pumas at CommBank Stadium where we'll need our supporters right behind us.
"Then we head to the MCG, the venue of so many iconic Australian sporting moments like Warnie's 700th wicket on Boxing Day, the 1956 Olympics and Leo Barry's mark to secure Sydney's first AFL Premiership in 72 years.
"We're looking to create our own magic moment on July 29 against the Kiwis and we know the Melbournians always get out to support their national teams in big sporting events and there's not much bigger than the Bledisloe Cup."
Wallabies supporters won’t want to miss out on seeing the men in gold in 2023, with just two opportunities to see the side on home soil before this year’s Rugby World Cup kicks off in France in September.
Tickets are already selling fast for both Tests with Wallaby First and Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific members snapping up their opportunity to witness the Wallabies on home soil.
2023 eToro Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup Fixtures
Wallabies v South Africa, 5:05pm SAST/1:05am AEST, Saturday 8 July at Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria
Wallabies v Argentina, 7:45pm AEST, Saturday 15 July at CommBank Stadium, Sydney
Wallabies v New Zealand, 7:45pm AEST, Saturday 29 July at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Wallabies v New Zealand, 2:35pm NZST/12:35pm AEST Saturday 5 August at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin