Apart from the heavy Test program, the Australians will play up to 37 One-day Internationals across four continents against England, Bangladesh, a Rest of the World side, South Africa, the West Indies, Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Ricky Ponting's side will also dabble in the Twenty20 format with matches against England at the start of the June-September Ashes tour and, for the first time in Australia, against South Africa in Brisbane next January.
The playing schedule for the 2005-2006 southern summer includes three Tests against the West Indies, three against South Africa and a week in New Zealand for three Chappell-Hadlee Trophy One-dayers.
With Sri Lanka to replace the West Indies for the triangular One-day series, the Australian international summer will comprise 58 days of cricket if all matches and series go the distance.
CA chief executive James Sutherland said the schedule was not overcrowded.
"We don't see that that's a problem," he told a press conference to announce the season itinerary.
The three-month tour of England, starting early next month, is just the start of Australia's long haul but coach John Buchanan said constant cricket was much better for players' fitness than stopping and re-starting, where players were more susceptible to injury.
However, Buchanan said part of the side's build-up to the traditional Ashes tour was based on not thinking about the game, which was just as important as analysing England on video.
"One of the most beneficial planning tools has been not to think about it too much either," he said.
"It was important that once we finished (touring) New Zealand it was time to hang up the boots literally and get away from the game, so when we did come back to the game it was new and fresh and we were ready."
With England, in-form Australia is looking forward to an exciting, tough contest.
"The players really want to be tested by a tough opposition, which we have been at certain times but maybe not tested over a whole series," Buchanan said.
Australia fast bowler Michael Kasprowicz said he relished the chance of more cricket.
"I would prefer to play every game of cricket for Australia that I can," said Kasprowicz, whose pre-Ashes build-up has comprised cross-training, boxing and cycling.
"If there's more games then I'd certainly look forward to it."
Summer fixtures of Australia:
Johnnie Walker Super Series
October 5 - 1st ODI Australia Vs Rest of the World, Docklands stadium, Melbourne
Oct 7 - 2nd ODI Australia Vs Rest of the World, Docklands stadium, Melbourne
Oct 9 - 3rd ODI Australia Vs Rest of the World, Docklands stadium, Melbourne
Oct 14-19 Test Australia Vs Rest of the World, Sydney Cricket Ground
November 3-7 1st Test Australia Vs West Indies, Gabba, Brisbane
Nov 17-21 2nd Test Australia Vs West Indies, Bellerive, Hobart
Nov 25-29 3rd Test Australia Vs West Indies, Adelaide Oval
December 16-20 1st Test Australia Vs South Africa, WACA, Perth
Dec 26-30 2nd Test Australia Vs South Africa, Melbourne Cricket Ground
January 2-6 3rd Test Australia Vs South Africa, Sydney Cricket Ground
Chappell Hadlee One-day Trophy
Dec 3-10 - Three ODIs New Zealand Vs Australia all in New Zealand
January 9 - Australia Vs South Africa, Gabba, Brisbane
VB Triangular One-day Series
Jan 13 - Australia Vs Sri Lanka, Docklands stadium, Melbourne
Jan 15 - Australia Vs South Africa, Gabba, Brisbane
Jan 17 - South Africa Vs Sri Lanka, Gabba, Brisbane
Jan 20 - Australia Vs South Africa, Docklands stadium, Melbourne
Jan 22 - Australia Vs Sri Lanka, Sydney Cricket Ground
Jan 24 - South Africa Vs Sri Lanka, Adelaide Oval
Jan 26 - Australia Vs Sri Lanka, Adelaide Oval
Jan 29 - Australia Vs Sri Lanka, WACA, Perth
Jan 31 - South Africa Vs Sri Lanka, WACA, Perth
Feb 3 - Australia Vs South Africa, Docklands stadium, Melbourne
Feb 5 - Australia Vs South Africa, Sydney Cricket Ground
Feb 7 - South Africa Vs Sri Lanka, Bellerive, Hobart
Feb 10 - First final - Adelaide Oval
Feb 12 - Second final - Sydney Cricket Ground
Feb 14 - Third final - (if required) Gabba, Brisbane
Oct 27-30 Queensland Vs West Indies, Brisbane
Nov 11-13 Victoria Vs West Indies, Melbourne
Dec 11-13 Western Australia Vs South Africa, Perth.