TravelOnline offers flights to New Zealand with Air New Zealand, Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia, four of our most trusted airlines. Departing Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, flights to New Zealand take approximately 3 hours to 10 hours (depending on your layover time) and arrive in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown and Rotorua. Use the flights search below to quickly find and compare cheap flights to New Zealand from Australia.
Please note: All prices quote include 23kg checked baggage per person and all taxes on Air New Zealand, Qantas & Virgin Australia.
Virgin Australia: Direct flights to Auckland are from Adelaide, Brisbane, The Gold Coast, Sydney, and Melbourne. Connecting flights are also available from Australian capital cities. Direct flights to Wellington are available from Sydney Brisbane and Melbourne. Direct flights to Christchurch are available from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and the Gold Coast. Queenstown direct flights are available from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, and direct flights to Rotorua are available from Sydney. Flight times differ between the above destinations, however typically take around 3.5 hours.
Air New Zealand: Operating direct flights to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Rotorua, Air New Zealand fly daily from Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney all taking between 3 - 10 hours.
Qantas:Direct flights are available from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne to Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown and Wellington.
Jetstar: Direct flights are available to Auckland from Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast. Direct flights to Christchurch are available from Melbourne and the Gold Coast. Direct flights to Queenstown are available from the Gold Coast.
Although there are plenty of shuttle transfers and taxis available at the airport, we recommend arranging transfers when you book your accommodation. Saving you the hassle of trying to navigate your way around the taxi rank or arrivals hall with your luggage, these pre-arranged transfers are more convenient and are available at a discount when you book your accommodation.
New Zealand is home to a number of international and regional airports. The major airports are found in Auckland, Wellington and Rotorua in the North Island, and Christchurch in the South Island. Situated in some of New Zealand's most popular tourist destinations, these New Zealand airports offer easy access to a range of accommodation, attractions, activities, shopping, dining, sightseeing and more.