Super Netball teams can have expanded squads for two rounds following this year's World Cup so teams with multiple representative players aren't disadvantaged.
Netball Australia announced on Wednesday the new measure, which has been welcomed by the clubs.
Up to 30 Super Netball athletes are expected to be selected for their respective international World Cup teams, which is being held in Liverpool, England from July 12-21.
That includes 12 Australian Diamonds, with the squad to be named on May 30.
The league will break for four weeks after round 9 on June 23, and recommence with round 10 on July 27.
For round 10 and 11 all teams will be able to increase their final squad from 10 to up to 12 athletes and the players will be able to sit on the team bench and be substituted onto the court at any time during a match.
Suncorp Super Netball CEO Chris Symington said he was pleased the league found a way to work with clubs to manage this unprecedented situation.
"We recognise that the World Cup and travel home to Australia will be quite taxing for the athletes involved, so the extension of the final squads from 10 to 12 athletes will provide teams with some flexibility to ensure they've got their best team out on the court when round 10 kicks off," Symington said.
Australian Associated Press