Embarrassed by last weekend's 47-26 defeat to their trans-Tasman rivals, Steve Hansen's All Blacks restored national pride and retained their trophy with a ruthless win.
Hansen made changes, after accusing his players of producing "dumb footy" at Optus Stadium, where they lost Scott Barrett to a controversial red card.
Into the pack came Nepo Laulala and Patrick Tuipulotu, with the backs given a shuffle with the inclusion of George Bridge, Sonny Bill Williams and Sevu Reece.
Williams crossed for New Zealand's third try early in the second half, after scores from Richie Mo'unga and Aaron Smith had put the hosts firmly in control, and Reece bolted through for the fourth in the 67th minute, his first for the All Blacks.
Bridge applied the finishing touches with the fifth try in the 77th minute. The changes worked for Hansen, with the Wallabies unable to provide any answers.