According to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald, Spurs will fly to Sydney after the Premiership season ends on May 24.
The report says that one of the two A-League clubs in Sydney would be their opponents.
The last time Spurs played in Australia was in 1985 when they were beaten by the Socceroos in Melbourne.
Australia seems to be the place to go for off-season action by some of the European soccer bigwigs.
Real Madrid, Roma and Manchester City will play in a tournament at the MCG in July.
Liverpool face Adelaide United in the South Australian capital and face Roar in Brisbane also in July.