Four of those alterations are found in the forward pack where tighthead prop Al Baxter, hooker Stephen Moore, lock Nathan Sharpe and flanker George Smith all return to the starting line up having sat out the 53-8 defeat in Johannesburg.
The only backline change sees Centre Ryan Cross replace rugby league convert Timana Tahu, with Matt Dunning, Tatafu Polota-Nau, Hugh McMeniman and Phil Waugh the four forwards to miss out.
Injury has prevented centre Berrick Barnes, scrum-half Luke Burgess and lock Dan Vickerman from attempting to give the Wallabies only their third-ever Tri Nations trophy and their first triumph since 2001.
Fresh from a 100-point hammering of Samoa, the All Blacks go into Saturday's fixture knowing they will win their fourth-straight Tri Nations crown if they avoid defeat in Queensland.
Former Lions coach Henry has named the same XV that defeated both Australia and South Africa in New Zealand's last two tournament meetings, with replacement prop John Afoa the only injury doubt.
Both coaches have highlighted the potential impact of Kiwi skipper Richie McCaw, after the Canterbury Crusader turned in a stunning performance during the All Blacks' 19-0 win over the World Champions in Cape Town in their most-recent Tri Nations fixture.
"He's been colossal," said Henry of his captain.
"He came in with no rugby for a month against the Australians in Auckland and I thought he was pretty special. Then he upped that performance in Cape Town where he probably played his best game as an All Black.
"He might debate that, but I thought he was outstanding and his leadership was equal to his playing ability. His influence on his group is colossal."
Deans, who used to coach the All Black openside, agrees with his opposite number's assessment and knows the Wallabies will have to stop McCaw if they are to stop the All Blacks.
"He is hugely influential, not only on the game but on people around him," said Deans.
"He is the most obvious point of difference between when the All Blacks have thrived and when they haven't."
Adam Ashley-Cooper, Peter Hynes, Ryan Cross, Stirling Mortlock (c), Lote Tuqiri, Matt Giteau, Sam Cordingley; Benn Robinson, Stephen Moore, Al Baxter, James Horwill, Nathan Sharpe, Rocky Elsom, George Smith, Wycliff Palu
Adam Freier, Matt Dunning, Hugh McMeniman, Phil Waugh, Richard Brown, Brett Sheehan, Drew Mitchell
Mils Muliaina, Richard Kahui, Conrad Smith, Ma'a Nonu, Sitiveni Sivivatu, Dan Carter, Jimmy Cowan; Tony Woodcock, Andrew Hore, Greg Somerville, Ali Willliams, Brad Thorn, Jerome Kaino, Richie McCaw (c), Rodney So'oialo
John Afoa/ Neemia Tialata, Keven Mealamu, Anthony Boric, Adam Thomson, Piri Weepu, Stephen Donald, Isaia Toeava