Named on the bench to face Argentina this Saturday in Canberra, Koroibete will be hoping to help the Wallabies claim their first victory of the Rugby Championship.
Lock Rob Simmons comes into the starting 15, while Rory Arnold has dropped out of the matchday 23.
Reds lock Izack Rodda will get the chance for claim his second Test cap if called upon from the bench for Saturday's worldwide.
But coach Michael Cheika preferred youngster Uelese, who made an assured debut last weekend and will have the back-up role to starting hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau.
Koroibete has taken the bench spot of another NRL convert in Curtis Rona, who made his debut against the All Blacks in the opening game of the Bledisloe in August.
Moore returned to the Wallabies camp this week after missing last week's 23-23 draw with the Springboks in Perth due to the birth of his third child.
The former Storm speedster only played his first season of Super Rugby for the Rebels this year but he's bided his time ime in the Wallabies set-up, after first being taken away as a squad member on the Spring Tour last year.
The Wallabies, who are third in the Rugby Championship, have won their past four games against the Pumas.