Wick will make the longest trip in the first round of the William Hill Scottish Cup travel 306 miles to take on Coldstream.
The Streamers made the trek northwards to Wick two years ago and lost 9-1 but the newly promoted Premier Division side may fancy their chances at home.
However, Academy narrowly missed out on winning the Highland League last season.
Hawick Royal Albert and Gala Fairydean Rovers have landed the best ties out of the Borders entries.
The Royalists host South of Scotland side St Cuthbert’s Wanderers, while Glasgow University - who Selkirk defeated last season in the same competition - travel to Netherdale 3G Arena to play Gala.
Vale of Leithen have a 240 mile journey to play Highland League side Brora Rangers, who started the season with a 5-1 win over Clachnacuddin.
Turriff United from Aberdeenshire head in the opposite direction to face Selkirk at Yarrow Park.
In an all Edinburgh tie Edinburgh University will host Spartans, Edinburgh City are at home to Golspie Sutherland, Preston Athletic travel all the way to Huntly and Civil Services Strollers face the long trip to Fraserburgh.
The first round matches takes place on September 14.