Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president Somyot Poompanmoung confirmed on Monday that the Socceroos' World Cup qualifier against the Thais will go ahead in Bangkok on November 15.
Australia's next match on the road to Russia 2018 was thrown into doubt late last week when Thailand's long-standing monarch King Bhumibol Abulyadej died at the age of 88.
The end of King Bhumibol's 70-year reign prompted a 30-day period of national mourning, while Football Federation Australia received a letter from the FAT over the weekend requesting for the match to be rescheduled.
But after a meeting on Monday, the FAT announced Thailand versus Australia will be held on November 15 at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok.
The Socceroos (8 points) sit second in Group B in the Asian Football Confederation's (AFC) third phase of World Cup qualification, with Saudi Arabia (10) on top of the standings and Thailand (0) winless through four games.
The top two teams from each of the AFC's two groups will automatically qualify for the World Cup.