The Socceroos will play in Brisbane for the first time since January 2015 with a friendly against South Korea confirmed for November 17.
Both nations featured at the 2018 World Cup with only South Korea winning a match - courtesy of a 2-0 upset of Germany.
The match, set to be played at Suncorp Stadium, could be Graham Arnold's first since becoming Socceroos coach again and he believes it will be an ideal early test.
“To have the opportunity to play a team of the calibre of Korea Republic at home six weeks before the start of the AFC Asian Cup is perfect for our preparations,” Arnold said.
“When we play Korea Republic in Queensland it will have been just over a year since the Socceroos last played on home soil.
"It’s important that we bring as many high-quality matches to Australia as possible so that Australians have the opportunity to watch our top players together."
Rather than a additional friendly in September, Arnold is expected to hold a training camp in Europe during the allocated international window with a game against Lebanon in November expected to be confirmed at a later date.