Nine bosses promised a "fresh and fun approach" to the reality talent contest in a statement issued on Wednesday (October 31).
"The Got Talent brand is without doubt one of the world's biggest entertainment programmes right now and we are excited to be adding it to our schedule for 2013 and beyond," said Nine Network head of television Michael Healy.
Healy also promised a new host and judging panel for the show, adding: "We are already in discussions with a number of exciting judges to bring to the panel, and have begun series planning with FremantleMedia on expanding and focusing the search for Australia's most talented acts to showcase to our audience."
Australia's Got Talent aired for six years on Seven, with Dannii Minogue serving as a judge from start to finish.
She was joined by former Westlife member Brian McFadden and radio DJ Kyle Sandilands between 2010 and 2012.
The most recent winner of Australia's Got Talent was singer Andrew De Silva, a former member of award-winning boyband CDB who left the group in 1997 to seek treatment for cancer.