The stage musical version of the movie starring Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg - which has had seasons in London and New York - will open at Her Majesty's Theatre in Melbourne in August 2013.
Eurythmics frontman Dave Stewart, who wrote the music and lyrics for the show, said that Australian theatre fans could expect a great production.
He told AAP: "It's hard to explain how epic it is until you're actually watching it in the theatre. From the minute the curtain opens, you realise it's not the same as the movie."
Casting has not yet been announced for the Australian production, but producer Louise Withers said that her team would be scouring the country in search of the perfect actors to fill the roles.
In the London version, Richard Fleeshman and Caissie Levy took the lead roles, while Peter Andre took to the stage in September for a one-off performance of songs from the show in aid of Children in Need.
In the past year, it has been announced that stage versions of An Officer and a Gentleman, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Strictly Ballroom and Dr Zhivago will come to Australia.
Dancing with the Stars Australia judge Josh Horner was also recently announced as the lead in a new Australian production of A Chorus Line.
Watch Peter Andre talk about his experiences in Ghost: The Musical below: