Adelaide’s 2017 home and away travel schedule will include trips to Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
Five of the Crows’ ten away games will be played in Victoria – including three at the MCG – and there will be two visits to Queensland to play Brisbane and the Gold Coast Suns.
But there are no games in Sydney or the ACT and only one trip to Perth, to face West Coast in the last minor round.
As revealed on Tuesday night, Adelaide will for the first time play a game for premiership points in Darwin, against Melbourne in round 17.
The game in Tasmania will be played in Hobart against North Melbourne on May 6 (Round Seven). The Crows have only played once at Hobart’s Blundstone Arena, against the Kangaroos in 2014.
Adelaide’s first game of the season in Melbourne will be against Hawthorn at the MCG in Round Two (April 1) but it will not return to Victoria until round 11, when it plays Geelong Cats at Simonds Stadium.
The three other games in Melbourne are in the back half of the season, against Carlton (Round 15) and Collingwood (Round 19) at the MCG and then at Etihad Stadium against Essendon (Round 21).
The two Queensland games are only a month apart, in Round Five (Suns) and Round Nine (Lions).
For the seventh consecutive season Adelaide plays Carlton once, in Melbourne.