The return of the Tasmanian Magpies back to their home state will have little impact on routine that the hosts in many ways will treat playing in Hobart as an away trip.
New coach Elissa Kent said the very nature of the squad's unique living arrangements and schedule has travel part and parcel of its preparation.
"We travel well as a group," Kent said after a perfect 4-0 start to the ANL season.
"We have had such a really positive environment the last two weekends of travelling.
"I think it's great that it's a home game, but because we do travel we can still keep that travelling mentality.
"I see that a positive that we are never stationary."
Launceston lost its right to the annual Tasmanian games after the past two years.
But two of the other three rounds instead will be held in Melbourne and Bendigo.
"So we're also very excited to have a true home crowd cheering for us," Kent said.
"It's great to have the girls' families there. They put in a lot of work, a lot of commitment, lots of travel so to have family support at the game is always nice. It poses a unique challenge to want to perform for your home crowd."