The bird family Petroicidae includes roughly 45 species in about 15 genera. All are endemic to Australasia: New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand and numerous Pacific Islands as far east as Samoa. For want of an accurate common name, the family is often called the Australasian robins. Within the family the species are known not only as robins but as scrub-robins and flycatchers.

Subfamily: Drymodinae
Genus: Amalocichla - 2 species.
Genus:
Drymodes - 2 species.
Subfamily: Eopsaltriinae
Genus: Heteromyias - 2 species,
Genus:
Poecilodryas - 6 species.
Genus:
Tregellasia - 2 species.
Genus:
Eopsaltria - 3 species.
Genus:
Peneoenanthe
Mangrove Robin, Peneoenanthe pulverulenta
Genus: Peneothello - 4 species.
Genus:
Melanodryas - 2 species.
Subfamily: Petroicinae
Genus: Pachycephalopsis - 2 species.
Genus:
Eugerygone
Garnet Robin, Eugerygone rubra
Genus: Petroica - 11 species.
South Island Robin (Petroica australis)
North Island Robin (Petroica longipes)
Pacific Robin (Petroica multicolor)
Norfolk Island Pacific Robin
Scarlet Robin (Petroica boodang)
Red-capped Robin (Petroica goodenovii)
Flame Robin (Petroica phoenicea)
Black Robin (Petroica traversi)
Tomtit (Petroica macrocephala)
Chatham Island Tomtit (P. macrocephala chathamensis)
Rose Robin (Petroica rosea)
Pink Robin (Petroica rodinogaster)
Snow Mountain Robin (Petroica archboldi)
Alpine Robin (Petroica bivittata)
Genus:
Microeca - 7 species.
Genus: Monachella
Torrent Flyrobin, Monachella muelleriana