It’s free at some airports, find out which ones
We’ve put together this list of airports around Australia and New Zealand that offer WiFi. Find out which ones offer it free and which ones charge you to get online.
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Adelaide – Free throughout T1. Provided by AAL.
Brisbane – Free for 3 hours in the International Terminal (Levels 3 and 4 retail areas) and Domestic Terminal (Level 2 retail areas). The download limit is 50mb per user.
Cairns – $3 per hour/200MB, $6 per 24hr/250MB, $30 per 7 days/1.2GB or $40 per 30 days/3GB. Internet kiosks are available which cost the same as WiFi.
Darwin – Free WiFi is available throughout the Terminal building.
Gold Coast – Free
Melbourne – Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminals.
Perth – Internet booths can be located at Terminal 1 and 3. WiFi is also available at Terminal 1 and is free of charge at Terminal 2.
Sydney – Free in the international terminal (T1) and domestic T2 terminal for up to 2 hours and 500MB of data.
Auckland – Wireless hotspots in the international terminals. Free for 30 mins and then there is a charge.
Christchurch – Free
Wellington – Free
Queenstown – Free for one hour per every four-hour period.
Dunedin – Free for 30 mins or 1000MB, whichever occurs first. Following this free access, there are charges.
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