The pair were part of a 27-player group, alongside veterans Lauren Jackson, Penny Taylor, Erin Phillips and Marianna Tolo.
Cambage publicly criticised Kunek earlier this week for posting a photo of herself on social media dressed in `blackface' as rapper Kanye West.
The squad will be cut back to 20 before the start of the first of four camps on March 29 in the nation's capital, where it's hoped any team issues arising from the Cambage-Kunek drama will be resolved.
Jackson, meanwhile, is intent on making the camp as she continues rehabilitation on an ongoing knee injury.
The four-time Olympic medallist has given herself until March to decide if she'll make herself available for the Rio Games, which begin in August.
Tolo returns to the squad having missed last year's Oceania Olympic qualifiers with a knee injury suffered in the 2015 WNBA season.
Taylor and Cambage both rejoin following stints in China, while Erin Phillips continues her recovery from a knee problem before returning to the US.
Coach Brendan Joyce has also named first-timers Lauren Mansfield and Kelsey Griffin.
Opals camp squad: Rebecca Allen (SEQ Stars), Suzy Batkovic (Townsville Fire), Sara Blicavs (Dandenong Rangers), Abby Bishop (University of Canberra Capitals), Natalie Burton (Perth Lynx), Elizabeth Cambage (Shanghai), Stephanie Cumming (Dandenong Rangers), Katie-Rae Ebzery (Sydney Uni Flames), Cayla George (Townsville Fire), Madeleine Garrick (Melbourne Boomers), Kelsey Griffin (Bendigo Spirit), Laura Hodges (Bourges, France), Lauren Jackson (Canberra Capitals), Rachel Jarry (SEQ Stars), Alice Kunek (Melbourne Boomers), Tessa Lavey (Perth Lynx), Tess Madgen (Melbourne Boomers), Lauren Mansfield (SEQ Stars), Carley Mijovic (Perth Lynx), Leilani Mitchell (Adelaide Lightning), Erin Phillips (LA Sparks), Elyse Penaluna (Melbourne Boomers), Belinda Snell (Bendigo Spirit), Stephanie Talbot (Canberra Capitals), Penny Taylor (Phoenix Mercury), Marianna Tolo, Kelly Wilson (Bendigo Spirit)
After Canberra, the Opals will head to Gosford in late April, back to the ACT in June, and then on to the Gold Coast in early July.
The women's Olympic basketball competition in Rio starts on August 6.