The W-League will feature more double-headers with A-League fixtures this season on the road to a February 12 grand final.
Defending champions and firm favourites Melbourne City will open their campaign at home on November 6 against Newcastle.
A day earlier, the two teams City beat in the last year's finals series - Brisbane and Sydney FC - will kick off the competition at Dunmore Park.
Completing round one are two double-headers.
Perth-Western Sydney will be played after the same A-League sides clash at nib Stadium, while Adelaide United host a televised curtain raiser on November 6.
In total, there are 19 double-bills through the season with 17 televised matches including the finals.
Every Jets home match will be played alongside an A-League match.
W-League chief Greg O'Rourke said putting more games on the A-League's main stage would grow interest.
"(This draw,) Together with the calibre of players set to grace the field, has all of the elements to be the best season yet and will continue to encourage even more females to play and be involved in the game," he said.
At 14 rounds comprising 12 matches, the season is the same length as the 2015/16 edition but has been moved back a fortnight for a November start.
Melbourne derbies will take place in rounds four - at AAMI Park - and 12, with Sydney derbies in rounds two - at Allianz Stadium - and nine.