The Black Princesses are expected to arrive in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea on Friday ahead of the start of the 2016 FIFA U20 World Cup over the weekend.
Coach Mas Ud Didi Dramani’s side have been in Australia since last week on a pre tournament tour.
The national U20 female side engaged in three friendly matches as part of preparations for the tournament.
The Princesses defeated Australian female sides Edge Hill FC (6-0), Southside Comets (8-0) before losing 4-1 to a male U18 side Leichhardt.
Ahead of their trip to Papua New Guinea, the Princesses visited the local Puma and held their final training session at the Endeavor Park.
Ghana will begin its campaign at the U20 Women’s World Cup against New Zealand Monday November 14 before taking on Thursday November 17 and will play their final group match against France on November 21.