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Question about Star Alliance lounge access

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I have a Star Alliance Gold card - when I fly Air NZ from Perth to Auckland or SQ from Perth to Singapore, regardless of which class I'm flying, I have access to a lounge in the Perth airport.

This time I'm flying from Perth to Sydney and then on to Christchurch from there.

It's all on one ticket purchased through Air NZ, but the flight to Sydney is on Virgin Australia, the flight to Christchurch is on Air NZ.

I'm assuming I won't have access to the lounge in Perth as its a domestic flight to Sydney, but will I have access in Sydney for the international portion?

Any help appreciated.

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