The Australia national cricket team toured New Zealand in February and March 2005 and played a three-match Test series against the New Zealand national cricket team. Australia won the Test series 2–0. New Zealand were captained by Stephen Fleming and Australia by Ricky Ponting. In addition, the teams played a five-match series of Limited Overs Internationals (LOI) which Australia won 5–0.

In the third Test in Auckland, James Marshall made his debut for New Zealand. Also playing in the same match was his twin brother, Hamish. This was the first time that identical twins have played together in the same Test side.

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