Many years ago I'm sure Aussies and Kiwis were free to live and work in each other's country without special visas or complicated paperwork.
And I believe that some decades ago that changed to make it just a little harder for the Kiwis to work in Australia, but not vice versa, as the numbers were tilted far in the NZ->AUS direction.
My question is about the AUS->NZ direction today in 2018. Can I just show up in NZ as an Australian and get a job? Or has it all changed? (Also I might've been wrong about how it used to work in the first place.)
I did a quick bit of Google searching and it looks like I don't need a visa to go there or to work there. But maybe I need some other stuff that might not be totally trivial?
In any case it doesn't look like the question has been asked on this site before so having some info here would be a good reference for others looking for this in the future.