SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 07: Josh Hazlewood of Australia celebrates taking the final wicket of Imran Khan of Pakistan and winning the test during day five of the Third Test match between Australia and Pakistan at Sydney Cricket Ground on January 7, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

The 2023/24 summer cricket schedule has been revealed, with Australia's men's and women's sides set to combine for an action-packed season at the end of this year.

The men's schedule will see a day-night Test return to the Gabba for Australia's second and final red-ball match against the West Indies, a series that will follow a trio of Tests against Pakistan.

The men's Test summer will commence in Perth in mid-December, before the Boxing Day Test and Sydney Test decide the series between the host nation and Pakistan. Australia will then welcome the West Indies to Adelaide Oval on January 17 before finalising their Test schedule at the Gabba with the pink ball.

That Brisbane Test will commence on January 25 and lead into six white-ball matches against the West Indies across the nation, split evenly between ODIs and T20s.

The men's schedule will follow a busy opening to the summer for the Australian women's side, who will kick off the schedule in October with 12 white-ball matches against the West Indies and South Africa before a Test match against the Proteas in Perth.

Australia will face the West Indies in a trio of T20 matches before a further three ODIs ahead of an identical structure of games against South Africa.

The women's schedule will conclude with a four-day Test match against South Africa at the Waca from February 15.

"Cricket provides the sights and sounds of the summer and brings Australians together like no other sport and we can't wait to welcome fans to watch world class cricket next season," Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said in a statement.

"We look forward to West Indies, Pakistan and South Africa visiting our shores this summer and we thank them along with all our partners, including broadcasters, venues and local governments for their support in bringing world-class cricket to fans around the country.

"We are delighted to be offering our most loyal fans the opportunity to secure the best seats at the best prices in our Australian Cricket Family pre-sale. We're also proud to be able to keep our entry level ticket prices flat for the eighth consecutive season to ensure as many people as possible can experience and enjoy women's and men's international cricket."

2023-24 Australian home international schedule

Women's T20I Series v West Indies 

October 1: North Sydney Oval, 12.30pm

October 2: North Sydney Oval, 7.05pm

October 5: Allan Border Field, Brisbane 6.05pm

Women's ODI Series v West Indies

October 8: Allan Border Field, Brisbane 9.35am

October 12: Junction Oval, Melbourne 10.05am

October 15: Junction Oval, Melbourne 10.05am

Women's T20I Series v South Africa

January 27: Manuka Oval, Canberra 10.45am

January 28: Manuka Oval, Canberra 10.45am

January 30: Blundstone Arena, Hobart 7.05pm

Women's ODI Series v South Africa

February 3: Adelaide Oval, 2.10pm

February 7: North Sydney Oval, 2.40pm

February 10: North Sydney Oval, 2.40pm

Women's Test Match v South Africa

February 15-18: Only Test, WACA Ground, Perth 11.00am

Men's Test Series v Pakistan

December 14-18: First Test, Perth Stadium, 10.20am

December 26-30: Second Test, MCG, 10.30am

January 3-7: Third Test, SCG, 10.30am

Men's Test Series v West Indies

January 17-21: First Test, Adelaide Oval, 10.00am

January 25-29: Second Test, Gabba, 2.00pm

Men's ODI Series v West Indies

February 2: MCG, 2.30pm

February 4: SCG, 2.30pm

February 6: Manuka Oval, Canberra 2.30pm

Men's T20I Series v West Indies

February 9: Blundstone Arena, Hobart 7.00pm

February 11: Adelaide Oval, 6.30pm

February 13: Perth Stadium, 4.00pm

*All times local