"To be able to play against a qualitative opposition in the Republic of Korea, just six weeks before our defense of the Asian Cup in the UAE, is a great opportunity for us", Arnold told Tuesday to reporters in Brisbane.
"Of course, Korea Republic has done very well at the World Cup and it will be a great test for us.
"I know I spoke to the players, it's been a long time since they played here in Australia.
"For me this is preparing for the Asian Cup, bringing the boys together, getting them back home and thanking the fans for their great support in and around Russia."
Outside the 2015 Asian Cup, the Socceroos have not played at Suncorp Stadium since a World Cup qualifier against Japan in June 2012.
Arnold, who has taken over the management from Bert van Marwijk, plans to hold a training camp in Turkey next month for an extended team & # 39; to introduce for his new technical staff and his methods.
His first game in the lead is likely to be staged in Europe in October, while another friendly game is being rounded off the window in November – rumored that it is against India, Panama or Lebanon.
A formal farewell to retired Tim Cahill, grandfather of football, is also on the cards but Arnold could not confirm whether it would take place in Brisbane or at another time.