The squad will travel north on Wednesday to utilise facilities at Sunshine Coast University and will also compete in two practice matches against the Queensland Bulls at Maroochydore Cricket Club.
Skill work, conditioning as well as team-building and leadership activities will also feature throughout the camp.
SACA General Manager High Performance Tim Nielsen said the players would be put through their paces with the opening match of the Marsh One-Day Cup now just seven weeks away.
“The camp gives us a great opportunity to get another solid block of training into the players alongside some real match simulation,” said Nielsen.
“The kinder weather allows us to get outside for extended periods and really put what we’ve been training into play on an outdoor pitch.
“The players will be working very hard up there, but it’s also a chance to get away as a group, train in a new environment and add some variety to our pre-season program.”
It’s good to be outdoors 😍 pic.twitter.com/dVMBVOSuur— West End Redbacks (@WestEndRedbacks) July 26, 2019
The Statewide Super SA Scorpions will also travel to Queensland next week with a practice match against Queensland scheduled at AB Field on Friday, 16 August.
The side will play another trial on Sunday before returning to Adelaide.
The Scorpions kick off their 2019-20 Women’s National Cricket League campaign against reigning champions New South Wales on 22 September at Karen Rolton Oval.
The Redbacks begin their summer with a one-day clash against Queensland at AB Field on September 24.