Australia head coach Dave Rennie has hit out at New Zealand over a lack of respect after it was announced the All Blacks would not travel to Perth this weekend ahead of the proposed third Bledisloe Cup Test on 28 August.
New Zealand Rugby confirmed in a statement that two matches with world champions South Africa, scheduled for 25 September and 2 October, had also been cancelled following advice from the Government.
Rennie lambasted the decision not to communicate with Rugby Australia before going public with the news the match set for later this month was in doubt.
"Bloody angry," he told reporters after the announcement. "I think it's disappointing how it has been communicated. Our boys all found out through social media.
"I thought New Zealand Rugby didn't even have the respect to consult RA about their decision so that's hugely disappointing."
A statement from NZR added that the country's women's side will no longer host Australia for matches in Christchurch on 26 September and at Eden Park on 2 October.
"The decision follows advice from Government that the Springboks and Wallaroos would not be able to enter New Zealand to play the matches due to Covid-19 travel restrictions," NZR said in its statement.
New Zealand this week went into a national lockdown after a case of the Covid-19 Delta strain, which spread from Australia, was detected.
The All Blacks thrashed Rennie's men 57-22 last Saturday, having edged out their rivals 33-25 in the first encounter at the beginning of August, and were due to wrap up the series later this month.
Australia's disappointment is exacerbated by the fact they travelled to New Zealand in October, had to quarantine and then played two Bledisloe matches despite the coronavirus pandemic still ongoing.
NZR chief executive Mark Robinson insisted the decision not to travel to Perth this weekend was due to "uncertainty" and that "once the team leaves our shores, they currently can't return until November 23" with discussions taking place with SANZAR over rescheduling the matches.
Rennie added: "I feel like there's only one of us doing what's in the best interest of the game.
"Last year, we went to New Zealand to ensure the games were played for the benefit of both countries.
"We quarantined in Wellington for two weeks. The expectation was we made a commitment to go there this year, they'd come here and they haven't honoured. It tells you more about them than us I reckon."