The Reds have never previously visited the two countries; nevertheless their fixture against Melbourne Victory on July 24 was sold out within days.
A trip to Thailand completes the voyage for Brendan Rodgers' team, with excitement building as the players prepare to depart on Tuesday.
"I lived out there and I know it's a fantastic place. But a couple of things this year are key: two of the venues that we'll go to we've never been to before," said Ayre.
"We've never been to Indonesia and we've never been to Australia, which is fantastic because you're always challenged every year with pre-season tours.
"Fans want us to go everywhere and we always try and mix it up a little. The crowds in Indonesia I'm sure will be phenomenal. It's such a hotbed of Liverpool support, just like when we went to Malaysia and Thailand before.
"While it feels like the fans in Australia have been waiting for us to arrive ever since the football club's been around. We sold out the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) in a matter of days which is unbelievable.
"When you go that far away from home and you've got 100,000 people coming to watch Liverpool that says something about what a great football club and what a great support we have.
"Everyone's excited about it - especially the players. Some of them have been down to Australia before with international teams and they all say they are looking forward to it. This is a really important time for the players.
"They've had a couple of weeks back at Melwood and the game on Saturday, but it doesn't take away the amount of hard work that's still got to go on to get players up to match fitness in time for the first game of the season.
"So as well as the travelling and the corporate and commercial events there is a serious programme of training to look at so we chose venues based on how good the training facilities were and all that's in place."