Hobart: James Pattinson claimed his second five-wicket haul in two matches, taking 5/51 on Friday to dismiss New Zealand for 150 just 20 minutes before tea on the first day of the second Test.

Pattinson, playing in only his second Test, bowled tailender Chris Martin for a first-ball duck after claiming Dean Brownlie (56) on the previous ball. He will be on a hat-trick when the New Zealanders, playing without injured all-rounder Daniel Vettori, bat for a second time.

It will also mark Pattinson's second straight Test on a hat-trick -- he took three wickets in four balls on debut to claim 5-27 and help Australia win by nine wickets in the first Test at Brisbane.

Early tea was taken at the end of the New Zealand innings, although light rain was falling and the covers were on at Bellerive Oval. Play was delayed for the start of the third session.

Peter Siddle had figures of 3/52 for Australia after New Zealand was sent into bat by captain Michael Clarke.

Resuming after lunch on 83/6, Doug Bracewell was out for 12, tempted by a Siddle delivery outside off-stump that he edged straight to Clarke at first slip. Tim Southee was out for 18 chasing a wide delivery from Mitchell Starc that he hit off his stumps, the eighth New Zealand wicket to fall.

Earlier, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill was out off the second over of the day on a greenish Bellerive Oval pitch when he drove forward on a good-length delivery from Siddle and nicked it to wicketkeeper Brad Haddin. Jesse Ryder was out lbw on the last ball of the next over, Pattinson's second of the day.

Australia appealed the initial not-out decision by umpire Nigel Llong for video review and television umpire Aleem Dar of Pakistan overruled Llong.

Captain Ross Taylor was out for six in similar fashion -- this time the video referee backed up the onfield lbw call and sent Taylor, who had appealed, back to the pavilion.

Kane Williamson (19), opener Brendon McCullum (16) and Reece Young (0), went quickly in succession as New Zealand lost three wickets for four runs.

Vettori, a 108-Test veteran, woke up Friday morning with a left hamstring twinge and exacerbated the injury in the warm-up. He was replaced by left-arm seamer Trent Boult, who will be making his Test debut.

The absence of the 32-year-old former skipper was a major blow for the Black Caps, who missed his resilient batting in the lower middle order -- very quickly in this Test -- and his left-arm orthodox spin.

Australia retained the same starting XI from its at Brisbane last Sunday, opting not to bring in all-rounder Daniel Christian at the expense of a specialist batsman.

Australia has never lost in nine Test matches at Bellerive Oval -- seven wins and two draws. Both draws were against New Zealand.