The White Ferns head to Brisbane next month to finish the 2010-11 Rose Bowl series that was interrupted by the Canterbury earthquake.
The White Ferns and Australia were tied two-all after completing the Twenty20 segment of the series and were scheduled to play the first of three One-Day Internationals at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval at Lincoln on 24 February, two days after the earthquake struck.
The remaining three ODI matches have been rescheduled for 12th, 14th and 16th June and will be contested at Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
From Brisbane the White Ferns go on to compete in a quadrangular series in England along with India and Australia. The competition sees the four nations play one full round of Twenty20 and One-Day matches with a final for each format.
In preparation the White Ferns squad will take part in a three day training camp at the Zealand Cricket High Performance Centre in Lincoln starting 27 May 2011.
The squad departs for Brisbane on 10 June 2011.