Flights from Auckland to Melbourne

Compare Cheap Flights from Auckland to Melbourne, Australia

Looking for cheap flights to Melbourne from Auckland? 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.

*Prices on this page are subject to change without notice, perform a search to view live pricing. Prices are inclusive of taxes and airline surcharges. Webjet flight fees per booking: Webjet Servicing Fee: Domestic $21.95, NZ/Pacific $24.95, International $32.95. Booking Price Guarantee: Domestic $12.95, NZ/Pacific $14.95, International $21.95. Varying payment fees are included in the price breakdown on Webjet’s checkout page, once your payment method has been selected.

Departure Date Last Updated^
Mon 30 Nov 18 Nov
Expand for More Flights
Departure Date
Mon 30 Nov
Updated on 18 Nov
$1,077 ONE WAY

Route information for flights from Auckland to Melbourne

Cheapest one-way price for the current month from $1,077
Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months from $174
Cheapest month May 2021
Most expensive month November 2020
Average flight time 1h 35m

Cheapest time to fly to Melbourne

Best upcoming flight deals

Currency used in Melbourne

$1 AUD =

Current Time in Melbourne

Average Temperature in Melbourne

Average Rainfall in Melbourne

See more of Melbourne

Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss

As soon as you arrive at Melbourne Airport (MEL), you’ll find the Victorian capital city to be a melting pot of culture. A trip to the Immigration Museum can help paint the picture of how Melbourne grew into the city it is today. Pre-book your entry tickets to the museum at the same time as booking your cheap flights to Melbourne from Auckland to make your trip to the museum even more seamless. There aren’t many visitors on Auckland to Melbourne return flights who want to skip a trip to the Queen Victoria Markets - especially if you have an appetite for gourmet food or shopping. This market hub has been a staple in the city since 1878 and features stalls proffering a dazzling (and hunger-inducing) array of fresh produce, deli goods, ethnic cuisine and other treats. Aside from the food, you can also find handicrafts, paintings, jewellery. Depending on the time of year, you may also witness one of Melbourne’s famed festivals in this historic building such as the Winter Night Markets in June through August, or the African Festival in late September. The Block Arcade is another architecturally stunning building visitors on cheap flights Auckland to Melbourne make a point to see. The building houses high-end boutiques, the Hopetoun tearooms, Haigh’s Chocolates, as well as a Dr. Seuss gallery. Make plans to visit the Old Melbourne Gaol when you arrange flights Auckland to Melbourne. The gaol held some of the city’s most infamous criminals between 1842 through 1929. Booking a tour of the gaol museum when you plan Auckland to Melbourne flights can give you a detailed glimpse into prison life in the 1800s. The museum features artefacts such as death masks and disciplinary devices. If you’re feeling brave, book a ghost tour of the gaol to learn about the eerie encounters of past visitors and staff members.

Cafes and Restaurants

The Melbourne food and dining scene is simply incredible. If it’s your first time arriving on flights Auckland to Melbourne, you can expect to dine on cuisine ranging from Italian and Greek, to Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, African, Middle Eastern and South American - just to name a few. For Italian fare, visitors booking tickets to Melbourne from Auckland can head to Lygon Street in Carlton. The street features a range of Italian eateries, including fine dining and café style bistros. Make plans to visit Brunswick Street in Fitzroy when your Auckland to Melbourne flights arrive to have an extraordinary range of choice of eats, as well as bars, clubs and lounges. The big draw of this neighbourhood is the mix of vegan and vegetarian-friendly cuisines. Travellers arriving on cheap flights to Melbourne from Auckland with a taste for Indian foods can head to Acland Street in St Kilda. Large groups or picky eaters on incoming flights Auckland to Melbourne can find something for every palate with a wander along Chapel Street. Take your pick from hole-in-the-wall eateries, lauded restaurants, takeaway offerings, pubs and bars. Victoria Street in Abbotsford is home to a stretch of Vietnamese eateries where you can find pho, noodles, and spring rolls, as well as Vietnamese markets and food shops. Book cheap flights to Melbourne from Auckland and stretch your dollar farther in Chinatown on Bourke Street. This is one of the most visited areas in the city for foodies looking for iconic Chinese dishes such as satay, dumplings, and dim sum. Have a taste for Middle Eastern fare while in Victoria thanks to flights Auckland to Melbourne? Make a beeline for Sydney Road.

Travelling with Children

You won’t need to worry about entertainment options if your booking cheap flights Auckland to Melbourne with children in tow. Aside from family excursions and landmark visits, the city holds a wealth of fun opportunities for children young and old. Reserve tickets for Scienceworks when you finalise your flights Auckland to Melbourne for a day of hands-on learning and entertainment. The interactive museum features a planetarium, a lightening room, as well as a working mini metropolis that demonstrates how a city works. Visit the lightning room to see a gigantic Tesla Coil that can produce a 3-metre lightning bolt and more than two million volts of electricity. When planning Auckland to Melbourne flights, leave room in your itinerary to visit St Kilda. This area is a known cultural hub, but it’s the beach’s resident penguins that will delight the youngest animal-lovers. Head to the shores just after sunset each night to watch the colony of penguins nestle in for the evening. Guides are on hand in the daylight savings periods to offer commentary and to ensure proper safety precautions. Stay in the St Kilda area to take a ride on the world’s oldest continually operating roller coaster at Luna Park.

See more of Melbourne