Donald Trump to reportedly visit Australia in November as part of APEC tour
Mr Trump, along with other world leaders, is expected to make stops in Australia as part of a tour that will take him to the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation leaders' summit in Papua New Guinea on November 17 and 18.
One option being considered is Mr Trump visiting Sydney, Canberra and Cairns, but nothing had been "locked in" yet, a US government source told The Australian newspaper.
Mr Trump could also fly into Brisbane, an expected entry point for leaders on their way to PNG.
It would be Mr Trump's first Australian visit as president.
Mr Trump is also expected to attend the ASEAN and East Asia Summits in Singapore days before the APEC meeting in Port Moresby.
The president met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore earlier this month for historic nuclear disarmament talks.
Back in February Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met with Mr Trump for the first time at the White House in Washington, DC.
During the meeting Mr Trump promised Mr Turnbull he would pay Australia a visit.
It came a year after a notorious call in which a testy Mr Trump interrogated Mr Turnbull about an Obama administration deal that would see a maximum of 1250 asylum seekers resettled stateside.
Transcripts of the call reveal Mr Turnbull offered Mr Trump advice on US immigration policy.