Each driver will start the second consecutive SMP round with four sets of soft compound Dunlops and three sets of hard compound Dunlops.
Two sets of softs will then be handed back at the end of practice, leaving drivers with two sets of softs and three sets of hards to get through three qualifying sessions, a Top 15 Shootout and three 32-lap races.
Both the format and the amount of tyres is the same as last weekend's SMP round, however that was run exclusively on the soft compound.
Having assessed potentially running on the shorter Druitts layout, it's been decided to stick with the same Garnder GP circuit that was used last weekend.
It's also been agreed that the on-board driving warning system will be in use.
The curfews, meanwhile, have been altered due to the Saturday night race. With a scheduled finish of around 7:30pm crews will be given two hours to finish work before leaving the circuit.
There's still no final word on support categories, with Supercars working on having at least Super2 and the Toyota 86 Racing Series in Sydney. That means Carrera Cup, which was on the Winton undercard, is set to miss out.
A final decision is expected on Monday.