The temporary South Coast Suns will tackle Melbourne and Sydney during their two-week AFL quarantine camp in Wollongong, under a new-look draw released on Friday.
The Gold Coast will relocate to Wollongong from Sunday after playing Geelong, as part of sweeping changes brought into effect due to the Covid-19 crisis in Victoria.
All nine matches of round six will be played in Sydney - at the SCG and Giants Stadium - and south-east Queensland - the Gabba and Metricon Stadium.
The Suns, currently second on the AFL ladder with a 3-1 record, will clash with the Demons at Giants Stadium on Saturday, July 11 at 6.05pm.
Then in round seven, they will meet the Sydney Swans at the SCG on Saturday, March 18 at 4.35pm, before returning to Queensland.
As exclusively revealed by the Mercury on Thursday, the Suns agreed to setup camp in Wollongong, where they will use North Dalton Park as a main training base, as well as the University of Wollongong.
It is believed the Victorian clubs will be based in Sydney or Queensland, as well as Geelong and Collingwood heading to Western Australia, for at least a month as the AFL monitors the Melbourne Covid-19 situation.
The draw beyond round seven is still to be finalised.