The Wallabies finished the 2005 Tri-Nations without a win for the first time in history, walloped 34-24 at Eden Park as the All Blacks clinched the title, with Doug Howlett sealing their fate with a late try.
In 2012, the Wallabies didn't scored a single point for the first time since 1962. The 22-0 loss was one of the lowest points in the Wallabies' history and heaped plenty of pressure on coach Robbie Deans.
After a 12-12 draw in game one in Sydney that the Wallabies arguably should have won, the All Blacks piled on the misery with a 51-20 stroll in the park, their largest winning margin during the streak.
After taking game in with a convincing display, the Wallabies' hopes of ending their hoodoo were dashed when the All Blacks produced a 41-13 thumping. Trailing by just seven points at half time, the Wallabies unravelled when fly half Quade Cooper was sin-binned.