A1GP organisers have announced the series will return to Australia next season after signing a five-year deal with the Surfers Paradise circuit.
The first race on the Queensland track will be on 22-25 October next year, in the fifth season of the one-make championship.
"It has been a big hole in the A1GP calendar this year not being in Australia," said Team Australia seat holder and former F1 world champion Alan Jones. "To say I am thrilled about this deal is an understatement.
"Having the chance to race in my own back yard is something special for me and the team. We are looking forward to it and I can warn all the other teams now I aim to make sure we have a home win in Surfers."
Australia was absent from this year's calendar after hosting a race at Eastern Creek the previous season.
"We wanted to go back to Australia and this is the ideal venue for our series," aid A1GP Chairman, Tony Teixeira. "A lot of people have worked hard on putting this deal together, and now it has come to fruition it is very exciting.
"I am aware we are being given a perfect opportunity to showcase our series to the Australian fans, who have been great supporters of both the series and their own team.
"Australia has a rich motorsport heritage and I know our TV fans worldwide will be delighted to have this spectacular race on our calendar."