Flights to Auckland

Find our cheapest flights to Auckland from Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown, Dunedin and more.

Auckland's excitement includes city-fringe restaurant zones, urban beaches and enthralling island day trips.


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29 December, 2018
Economy: 7 February - 30 April 2019
Premium Economy & Business Premier: 1 December 2018 - 30 April 2019
* Blackouts period applies to 22 April 2019 - 29 April 2019.
Fare terms & conditions

*All prices are quoted in Singapore Dollars (S$). Singapore to New Zealand round-trip fare includes airport taxes of S$108. Tax is subject to currency exchange fluctuation. Final tax amount will be calculated upon confirmation of booking. The above fares apply to NZ-coded flights between Singapore and New Zealand operated by Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines or Silkair (NZ281/ NZ282/ NZ283/ NZ284/ NZ3281/ NZ3282/ NZ3285/ NZ3286/ NZ3247/ NZ3248) only, with a minimum stay of 3 days and a maximum stay of 1 month with a travel period of 7 February 2019 to 30 April 2019 for Economy cabins and 1 December 2018 to 30 April 2019 for Premium Economy and Business Premier. Blackouts period applies from 22 April to 29 April 2019. Seats are limited for the above fares and offered on a first-come, first served basis. Passenger(s) must book online at Cancellation and changes are strictly not allowed. See detailed fare conditions. Additional payment may be required if original fare not available or applicable. Tickets are not transferable to another person. Air New Zealand reserves the right to change the above conditions and any routing exclusion without prior notice. Other restrictions may apply.

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New Zealand's largest city by far, Auckland is a place to enjoy urban culture, with food, music and fashion to captivate your senses. It's a marine environment with idyllic islands that invite you to kick back and relax. It's also a geographical wonder, with 48 extinct volcanic cones and two ancient rainforested mountain ranges. There's huge scope for fun in every direction.

Things to do in Auckland

The natural assets of Auckland have made it a dream destination for all kinds of travellers, from doing-it-on-the-cheap backpackers to cost-is-no-issue super yacht owners. You'll find city-fringe suburbs bursting with great restaurants, attractive urban beaches for swimming and ferry escapes that will quickly land you on a picturesque gulf island.

There are all sorts of things to keep kids entertained too. Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World and Auckland Zoo are sure-fire hits, plus the city prides itself on being able to get you from snow to sand in the same day thanks to Snow Planet's indoor slopes.

Auckland is called the City of Sails for a reason; boating is big here, and there's plenty of scope for getting out on the water.

As the gateway to the winterless north, Auckland is almost tropical in the summer and comfortably mild in the colder seasons. The weather can change in a heartbeat, so if it's not quite your cup of tea, give it an hour.

It's worth remembering that Auckland is called the City of Sails for a reason; boating is big here, and there's plenty of scope for getting out on the water. From Viaduct Harbour you can get aboard a genuine America's cup yacht, go ocean jet boating, take a lunchtime harbour cruise or catch a fishing charter.

New Zealand Auckland aerial view of Mt Eden.

Auckland could just as easily be called the City of Volcanoes. There are more than 48 extinct volcanic cones and craters in the region. One of the biggest is Mount Eden, which is just four kilometres from the CBD. Hike to the top and you'll see many of the other volcanic cones dotted around the landscape. Auckland's volcanoes are a bit special, because they are monogenetic, meaning they erupt only once. The exception is Rangitoto, which erupted several times.

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Essential information

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Best time to go

Auckland is comfortable at any time of the year, however summer and autumn are the most popular seasons for visitors.

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How much will it cost?

Not including air travel and hotels, you should allow about NZD $100 to $150 a day per person for food and entertainment.

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There are no mandatory vaccinations required for visitors to New Zealand.

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You might need a visa to holiday in New Zealand, depending on where you're from and how long you're staying. See the visa-waiver list.

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