They end their campaign with a trip to Avignon to play France on November 7.
“The Netherdale ground at Galashiels is known throughout rugby and it is fitting that we return there and to the Scottish Borders.
“Gala RFC are great people to work with and they helped us put on a great event when we played France there last October. We had over 1500 people watching the game and we are hoping to attract even more for the Ireland game.
“The support from rugby fans in the Borders is fantastic and we look forward to putting on another great spectacle this year.”
Scotland head coach Steve McCormack and his assistant Dave Rotheram have also visited Australia in recent weeks, spending time with the New South Wales squad as they prepared for their victory over Queensland at the MCG.
They also visited several top Australian clubs, as they look to intensify preparations for the Four Nations.
The 2015 European Championship is an important chance for players to stake a claim for Four Nations places, McCormack has confirmed.
“Places in the Four Nations squad are up for grabs,” he said.
“A lot of players performed superbly well last year as we won the Europeans for the first time.
They will have a chance to prove they deserve a place against the best in the world and there will be some serious competition for places from players injured last year, and those who’ve come on a lot this season.
“We looked dead and buried at half-time but the crowd got behind us and roared us home. Netherdale was rocking that night and I can’t wait to get back there and do it again.”