The Australian Rugby Union have confirmed the Wallabies will face England in two Tests next June.
The matches, at the Subiaco Oval in Perth and Sydney’s ANZ Stadium, will see England return to the scene of their 2003 Rugby World Cup final triumph over Australia.
Sir Clive Woodward’s men defeated the Wallabies 20-17 after extra-time in Sydney, with a Jonny Wilkinson drop goal placing the William Webb Ellis Cup in Northern Hemisphere hands for the first time.
"Sydney is a heartland for the game and it will be great to see our old nemesis, the English, back in town," said ARU managing director John O’Neill.
"There have been two classic encounters against England in Sydney over the last 10 years. We had the Centenary Test in 1999 and the Rugby World Cup final in 2003.
"I have no doubt the Test next June will also be one to remember."
The 2010 Bundeburg Rum Rugby Series will open with a Test against Fiji at Canberra Stadium on June 5, while the final match of the four-game series will pit the Wallabies against Six Nations champions Ireland at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on June 26.