Launceston has retained its two Big Bash games but is no certainty to host WBBL content in season 2020-21.
The fixtures for BBL10 and WBBL06 were released on Wednesday, with UTAS Stadium allocated two midweek matches at either end of the men's tournament.
The Hurricanes will welcome three-time champions Perth Scorchers to UTAS Stadium for a 7.15pm clash on Wednesday, December 16 before hosting Brisbane Heat in the same timeslot on Thursday, January 21.
The side's remaining five home games will all be played at Bellerive Oval, putting an end to the experiment which saw one home game sold off to Alice Springs last season.
The Hurricanes' WBBL outfit, which finished bottom two for the third year running last season, has been allotted just two games in Tasmania after hosting six across the South, North-West and North last season.
The two fixtures against Sydney Sixers and Melbourne Renegades come as part of a four-game stint in the state between October 24 and 25 at a venue yet to be confirmed.
Hurricanes general manager Scott Barnes said the fixture could still experience some movement in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
"You only have to look at the winter sporting codes to see just how difficult it is to organise elite sport at the moment, and while Big Bash doesn't start for a few more months we're still dealing with a lot of unknowns and uncertainty," Barnes said.
"We have to ensure a safe and successful Big Bash competition, so we all need to be prepared for some movement in the fixture.
"All seven of our Big Bash home games will be played here in Tasmania, and we're pleased to again be hosting the traditional Christmas Eve match at [Bellerive Oval] and taking two matches to the fans in the North."
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Launceston hosted its first BBL match in 2017, attracting 16,734 spectators as the Hurricanes went down the Sydney Thunder.
Crowds of 12,455 and 13,836 attended the Hurricanes' 2018-19 fixtures before a competition-wide drop in fans saw just 8753 and 6181 through the gates for last season's tight losses to Melbourne Stars and Adelaide Strikers.