MELBOURNE: Sportal Michael Hussey headlined the inclusions for Australia's one-day and Twenty20 series against Pakistan in the UAE in August and September.
Australia's opponents are still not allowed to stage matches at home, meaning that Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai will be the host venues for three one-day and three Twenty20 internationals in the series.
Hussey was included in both the one-day and Twenty20 squads, as the selectors swung the axe after a disappointing 4-0 series defeat to England in the 50-over game.
"Michael Hussey's return to the fold in both squads will be welcomed," national selector John Inverarity said.
"His all-round batting skills, the outstanding manner in which he prepares, and his unrelenting quest for excellence will add greatly to the team dynamic."
Hussey - who withdrew from the tour of England due to the premature birth of his fourth child - was one of five inclusions into the one-day team, with Victorian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, New South Wales left-armer Mitchell Starc and South Australian pair Callum Ferguson and Dan Christian all picked.
The 23-year-old Maxwell - who was also picked in the Twenty20 squad - is known for his explosive hitting and handy off-spin and has never been selected for his country in any form of the game.
"He (Maxwell) is a versatile and (a) lively off-spinning all-rounder and brilliant fieldsman that has caught the eye of the NSP (National Selection Panel)," Inverarity said.
"In recent months he has impressed in the IPL (Indian Premier League) and with (County side) Hampshire. Glenn will provide another spin bowler option on the slow, low, turning wickets in the UAE. "
Dropped from the one-day team were Tasmanian seamer Ben Hilfenhaus and Queensland batsman Peter Forrest, who made just 15 runs in the series against England and has averaged 13 in his last 10 one-day international innings.
Injuries to Shane Watson (calf) and Pat Cummins (side strain) mean they will miss the one-day tour but link up with the team for the Twenty20 fixtures, while the international retirement of Brett Lee opened the door for Starc.
With the Twenty20 World Cup beginning in Sri Lanka shortly after the series against Pakistan ends, the squad is likely to remain relatively similar.
The NSP opted for three spinners in the T20 squad - Brad Hogg, Xavier Doherty and Maxwell, while Melbourne Stars batsman Cameron White won a recall after an eight-month stint on the sidelines.
White - who last played a T20 for Australia against South Africa in October - has performed well for Northamptonshire in the shortest form of the game in recent months and edged Steve Smith for selection.
Australia's one-day international squad: Michael Clarke (c), David Warner (vc), George Bailey, Dan Christian, Xavier Doherty, Callum Ferguson, David Hussey, Michael Hussey, Mitchell Johnson, Glenn Maxwell, Clint McKay, James Pattinson, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Matthew Wade.
Australia's Twenty20 squad: George Bailey (c), Shane Watson (vc), Dan Christian, Pat Cummins, Xavier Doherty, Ben Hilfenhaus, Brad Hogg, David Hussey, Michael Hussey, Glenn Maxwell, Clint McKay, Mitchell Starc, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Cameron White.