They will meet Japan, Hong Kong and Chinese Taipei in the pool stage as the Asia Cup combines the Asia and Oceania regions for the first time ever.
The 16-team format will be played in a round robin group stage with the top three teams from each group advancing to the Second Phase.
The tournament will then be played in a knockout format from the Quarter-Finals onwards through the Semi-Finals and bronze and gold medal matches.
Earning the new look trophy, the Asia Cup Champion will go on to rule the continent for the next four years.
Running from August 8-20, stay tuned for a full schedule announcement for the tournament as well as a team announcement for the Helloworld Travel Boomers in the coming weeks.
The Helloworld Travel Boomers will see their fair share of Chinese Taipei and Japan over the next few years with those opponents also drawn into their World Cup Asian qualifying group.
Australia are set to face Chinese Taipei on November 24 on the road in that tournament, before hosting Japan on November 27.
They will then host Chinese Taipei on February 25 next year before hitting the return leg of their Japan series on June 29, 2018 with locations for those games soon to be decided.