Lebanon can wait for English skipper Sean O’Loughlin and prop Scott Taylor.
The international duo have got a date with Wollongong first.
The tour in February looks fantastic and is shaping up to be a really special couple of weeks for both fans,- Sean O’Loughlin
The highly-rated pair will take a break from preparations for Saturday’s World Cup showdown against the Cedars to travel to the region on Tuesday as part of a scouting mission to WIN Stadium.
They are set to play in next year’s Super League blockbuster at the venue.
O’Loughlin’s Wigan Warriors will face off against Taylor’s Hull at the beach-side stadium on February 10.
"I’ve heard a lot of great things about WIN Stadium and Wollongong from the guys who have already visited and can’t wait to head down to see it for myself,” O’Loughlin, who captains Wigan, said.
"To play a game right next to the beach isn’t something we’re used to back home in the UK so that will be different.
“Our fans will also get to sit on a grass bank and watch a Super League game in the sunshine so that will be great as well.
"The tour in February looks fantastic and is shaping up to be a really special couple of weeks for both fans.”
The Warriors will be based in Wollongong for the week leading into the match, with Hull stationed further down the coast in Kiama.
The match will be the first match played for competition points played outside of Europe.
With England set to play their second World Cup match in Sydney this weekend, Destination Wollongong General Manager Mark Sleigh said it was the ideal opportunity for O’Loughlin and Taylor to make the trip down the highway.
“They’ll be experiencing a bit what it is like to play rugby league in the Australian spring while they are over here playing at the World Cup,” he said.
“They are certainly earning their money so getting them out here for the Aussie summer and out of the deep English winter. I am sure they are all looking forward to it.
“It should be a once in a lifetime experience.”
England started their World Cup campaign last Friday night with a 18-4 to red-hot tournament favourites Australia.
They meet the Cedars at Allianz Stadium before travelling to Perth to face France the following week.