"Straight after the win [at the Rolex 24] I'm heading to [the Bathurst 12 Hour] this weekend," he wrote on Twitter. "Two of the biggest endurance races in the world in the space of a week is pretty darn cool.
“I won Daytona now I need to go and win Bathurst so let’s see how it goes."
Former Ford factory ace Muller, meanwhile, added: "Really grateful that I will be racing in Bathurst for the first time!
"I’m really looking forward to this new challenge with a new team, track and a new teammate."
Track action for the Bathurst 12 Hour kicks off on Friday, with Sunday's race to be streamed on Motorsport.tv.