Getting to Auckland

Jul 15, 2019
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Travelling to Auckland from overseas:

The good news is, flying to Auckland is easy.

Auckland airport is the second largest airport in Australasia and is serviced by 30 international airlines flying direct to Auckland from more than 40 destinations around the world.

Major airlines offer direct flights to New Zealand from Australia, USA, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Chile. Connecting flights from these countries link New Zealand with the rest of the world.

Book a flight to New Zealand now and be enjoying stunning landscapes and meeting friendly locals like our i-SITE staff in no time.

Once you have booked your flight, you can then check out accommodation, activities/tours or contact our friendly staff for more ideas on how to enjoy our amazing city and country during your stay

Travelling to Auckland from within New Zealand:

Domestic Flights in New Zealand are both easy to organise and very affordable, making air transport a popular choice to travel to Auckland from any major New Zealand city, or town.

Coach travel is a very popular and more cost-effective way of travelling around New Zealand. There are many coach options available, where you can book a one-off travel journeys, or you may wish to consider a travel pass in order to utilize throughout your time here in New Zealand. For more information regarding coach travel to Auckland, please contact us

Train travel to Auckland is available from Wellington City only and any stops along that particular route. The Northern Explorer is a remarkable 12-hour journey through the volcanic heart of the North Island with highlights including Tongariro National Park and the famous Raurimu Spiral, a feat of railway engineering. To inquire about train travel to Auckland, please contact us