Compare Cheap Flights from Brisbane to Auckland, New Zealand
Looking for cheap flights to Auckland from Brisbane? Use Webjet's deal finder to help you compare flights, carriers and seating classes all year round. You'll be sure to find the right flight to match your budget, plans and travel preferences.
|Departure Date||Last Updated^|
|Sat 23 Oct||
$335 ONE WAY
|Sat 23 Oct
Updated on 20 Oct
$335 ONE WAY
Route information for flights from Brisbane to Auckland
|Cheapest one-way price for the current month||from $335|
|Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months||from $335|
|Cheapest month||October 2021|
|Most expensive month||December 2021|
|Average flight time||1h 5m|
Cheapest time to fly to Auckland
Best upcoming flight deals
Currency used in Auckland
Current Time in Auckland
Average Temperature in Auckland
Average Rainfall in Auckland
See more of Auckland
What are the best places to stay in Auckland?
Parnell is the oldest Auckland neighbourhood. Its village feel and proximity to the CBD make it a great place to stay while holidaying on cheap flights Brisbane to Auckland. Incredible restaurants, trendy cafes, and a series of art galleries make Parnell a haven for both foodies and art-lovers. Parnell Rose Gardens and Auckland War Memorial Museum are a couple must-visit spots around the neighbourhood. Stop by Parnell’s La Cigale French Market if you book Brisbane to Auckland return flights for the weekend.
Browse accommodation options in Piha if you’re looking to enjoy the coast after arriving on flights Brisbane to Auckland. Piha is tucked away on the western edge of Auckland, separated from the city by the Waitakere Ranges. The proximity to walking trails, rainforests, and black-sand beaches make Piha ideal for nature-lovers. Take a surf lesson, visit the Kitekite Falls, and admire the view from the Tasman Lookout. Piha is a quiet coastal village that’s especially popular for families who book Brisbane to Auckland flights in summer.
This inner city suburb feels like a fusion between suburban-living and eclectic urban life. Eden Terrace is scattered with great restaurants and shops, but it doesn’t have the same busyness as other inner Auckland suburbs. The small suburb is on the doorstep of the CBD and is also a quick walk from the cool shops, cafes, and bars of Karangahape Road. Basque Road Reserve and Masterworks Gallery are some Eden Terrace attractions, and the base of Mount Eden is only a 15 minute walk away.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Auckland?
This CBD spot is home to some of the best oysters you could try while holidaying on Brisbane to Auckland flights. Most of Depot’s food is cooked over charcoal, which really brings out a unique flavour. Plates are designed to be shared. Go for small plates like grilled octopus with chorizo and lamb ribs with skordalia dip, or opt for large sharing boards with options like wood roasted kahawai with eggplant and skirt steak with tobacco onions. Whatever you go for, make sure you order some of Depot’s succulent Coromandel oysters too!
Kazuya has a simple mission – to make their guests smile. The restaurant follows a unique approach to food, creating dishes that will invigorate all your senses. Kazuya uses Japanese cooking techniques to put a cool spin on European and NZ-inspired dishes. Visit Kazuya for a four-course degustation lunch, or be blown away by a five-, seven-, or ten-course dinner. Plan a meal at Kazuya in between your Brisbane to Auckland return flights to try dishes like fish sashimi with ravigote sauce, Hawke’s Bay lamb rack with sweet corn and polenta, and textured seasonal vegetables served over prosciutto.
Major Sprout is the perfect place to grab brunch, coffee, or a sweet treat while holidaying on flights Brisbane to Auckland. There are delicious options for every diet – meat-eater, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free. Grab a meal at Major Sprout while visiting NZ on Brisbane to Auckland flights to try cafe favourites like buttermilk pancakes with almond mascarpone and butterscotch, omelettes with smoked salmon and dill creme fraiche, and acai bowls blended with seasonal fruit. Major Sprout also has a fantastic range of pastries and raw desserts if you’re in the mood for something sweet.
When is the best time to visit Auckland?
Have a look at cheap flights to Auckland from Brisbane during the summer months to enjoy the city at its warmest and sunniest. Temperatures reach about 24°C during the day, making it possible to spend most of your time outdoors. Explore the different city neighbourhoods, head to the national parks and islands of the region, and get out on the water when you book tickets to Auckland from Brisbane in summer. The great weather means that summer is also the busiest time of year to book flights into Auckland Airport (AKL). Get the best deal on accommodation by booking early.
Enjoy pleasant weather while avoiding the summer crowds by booking cheap flights Brisbane to Auckland in spring or autumn. Temperatures average between 17°C and 20°C during these two shoulder seasons. This is the ideal time to book tickets to Auckland from Brisbane if hiking is at the top of your agenda.
Consider travelling on cheap flights to Auckland from Brisbane in winter if you’re after a great deal. Fewer people book flights into Auckland Airport (AKL) during the chilly, grey months between June and August. Daytime temperatures reach about 15°C before dropping to a brisk 7°C most evenings. Chances are you’ll get to enjoy a bit of sun if you book winter flights Brisbane to Auckland, but come prepared for clouds and some rain.