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Wallabies July Schedule: Dates, fixtures, venues & more

As Joe Schmidt settles into his role with Australia, the new head coach will get a first chance to implement his philosophy and blood some new talent in their July Test matches.

With Wales and Georgia heading Down Under, the Wallabies get a chance to take on two sides that were also in their pool at the 2023 World Cup.

It was a major tournament in France that ended in disappointment and sparked the end of Eddie Jones’ reign with the national side.

Now with former Ireland boss Schmidt at the helm, July offers a great opportunity to see how far Australia have come since the pool-stage exit from the fateful last World Cup.

Wallabies’ July Tests


Home Team

Away Team


6th July



Allianz Stadium, Sydney

13th July



AAMI Park, Melbourne

20th July



Allianz Stadium, Sydney

How to watch Wallabies’ July Tests

All three matches will be available to watch on Channel 9 and Stan Sport.

Australia seeking Welsh revenge

After a 40-6 thrashing at the hands of the Welsh at the 2023 World Cup in Lyon, revenge might well be a motivating factor for many players when Warren Gatland’s side head Down Under.

Australia are likely to face a very different Wales side from the one they met in France, with even more of the nation’s golden generation calling time on their careers.

Fly-half Dan Bigger called time on his international career after Wales’ quarter-final defeat at the hands of Argentina, while George North also ended his Test career after the 2024 Six Nations.

Wales endured a sorry Six Nations and finished bottom of the pile without a win to their name after defeat to Italy on the final weekend in Cardiff.

Australia should be confident of putting on big scores against a Wales defence that showed frailties throughout the Six Nations.

Georgia ready for landmark game

A side that continue to progress and are still pushing for entry to the Six Nations, Georgian rugby is on the up and will take another step forward with a Test match in Sydney.

It’s a great opportunity for Georgia to see how far they have come and look for their first-ever win over the Wallabies.

These sides met in their opening pool game of the last World Cup, with the Wallabies running out comfortable 35-15 winners.

Their only previous meeting came back at the 2019 World Cup in Japan, with Australia winning 27-8.

Georgia have shown in those two games that they can cause the Wallabies’ defence problems and Schmidt will be hoping his new systems prevent the tourists crossing over for the tries.

The game also offers an opportunity for Schmidt to test out new players and see who can make the step up to Test level before the highly-anticipated 2024 Rugby Championship.

Australia are 8.00 to win the next World Cup in 2027 on home soil, while Wales are 34.00 and Georgia 751.00 respectively to lift the Webb Ellis Cup.

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