Australia, the defending champions, were awarded the event in 2006 and chose NSW ahead of Tasmania, which is likely to stage warm-up matches for the tournament.
The Aussies, England, who had the first event in 1973, and New Zealand have all hosted the one-day competition twice while India (1978), who lost to Australia in the title clash in the previous edition, and South Africa (2005) hosted it once.
India will host the tenth chapter of the biggest event in women's cricket in 2013.
Cricket Australia chairman Creagh O'Connor said: "The profile of women's cricket is growing quickly. This is an exciting time for the sport."
A peep on Women's World Cup:-
|1973||England||England defeated Australia by 92 runs|
|1978||India||Australia beat England by 8 wickets|
|1982||New Zealand||Australia defeated England by 3 wickets|
|1988||Australia||Australia beat England by 8 wickets|
|1993||England||England beat New Zealand by 67 runs|
|1997||India||Australia defeated New Zealand by 5 wickets|
|2000||New Zealand||New Zealand beat Australia by 4 runs|
|2005||South Africa||Australia beat India by 98 runs|