The Wallabies have confirmed their 38-man squad for the July Tests against Wales and Georgia, including the return of Kurtley Beale and 13 new uncapped players.

Named on Friday, the squad only contains 14 players who were chosen by Eddie Jones for the Rugby World Cup in 2023.

NRL-bound stars Carter Gordon and Mark Nawaqanitawase were omitted from the squad, while Angus Bell, Harry Johnson-Holmes, Max Jorgensen, Rob Leota, Lachlan Lonergan, David Porecki and Blake Schoupp have not been selected due to recovering from injury.

“There were some very tight selection calls, as there always are when selecting a National Team," Wallabies coach Joe Schmidt said in a statement.

"The coaching group has looked hard at on-field performances and had ongoing discussions with Super Rugby coaches.

"We've combined the observations we've made, with some candid discussion and feel that we have some very good players to start working with, while also acknowledging that there are some good players who have missed selection.

“We have a short runway into our first Test, so we're just keen to get to work and make as much progress as we can over the four days we have in Brisbane.”

Wallabies Squad

Allan Alaalatoa, Angus Blyth, Charlie Cale, Matt Faessler, Nick Frost, Langi Gleeson, Alex Hodgman, Tom Hooper, Isaac Kailea, Fraser McReight, Josh Nasser, Zane Nonggor, Billy Pollard, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Ryan Smith, James Slipper, Taniela Tupou, Rob Valetini, Jeremy Williams, Harry Wilson, Liam Wright

Kurtley Beale, Filipo Daugunu, Ben Donaldson, David Feliuai, Josh Flook, Jake Gordon, Len Ikitau, Andrew Kellaway, Darby Lancaster, Noah Lolesio, Tom Lynagh, Tate McDermott, Hunter Paisami, Dylan Pietsch, Hamish Stewart, Nic White, Tom Wright