The Reds will take on Melbourne Victory at the 100,000-capacity MCG on July 24 as part of their summer tour in association with Standard Chartered.
Rush visited the stadium this week and was left awestruck by what he saw. Now he can't wait to see Liverpool in action there.
The Anfield legend told a press conference: "My job when I go back is to tell the players and coaches just how fantastic the stadium is.
"They have played at Wembley, they have played at the Millennium Stadium but just looking at this stadium, I think it is going to be fantastic.
"Liverpool Football Club is massive and you have to take the club to the supporters. It is a brand new Liverpool Football Club and we see ourselves as family club, especially with the history of the club, from that point of view we want to put on a good performance, entertain and hopefully people will go away from the game supporting Liverpool Football Club even more."
Rush has his own experience of playing in Australia having enjoyed a short stint with Sydney Olympic at the end of his career in 2000.
He believes the game has developed dramatically in the country since then.
"I played in 2000 for Sydney Olympic and the standard has got a lot better since I played," he said.
"If you look at the national team as well, it is a big thing for them to qualify for the World Cup. I think they have got three games left and they are looking at six or seven points to qualify.
"It [the Australian A-League] has gotten a lot stronger and for any national team to qualify for the World Cup, the league is doing well.
"Playing games like this, with Manchester United coming over also, it is a good benchmark for the sides over here."
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