Remuera is centrally located on the city fringes of Auckland, New Zealand. It is only 15 minutes from Auckland CBD by car, close to the Northern and Southern motorway entrances/exits and there are numerous buses serving the area. The Remuera shopping precinct has more than 400 free P120 customer car parks, and no time restrictions for parking along Remuera Road - just a flat $2/hour.
With rents less expensive than in the CBD, a full range of shopping and services on your doorstep, easy access, plenty of customer parking and a proactive Business Association, Remuera is a great location for small offices and retail businesses.
Dancer of SABA Young Ballet brought the beauty and grace of ballet to the nooks and crannies of Remuera.
Inspiration inside the Experimental Bakery.
The team from Barfoot & Thompson, event sponsors.
The Clauses up to mischief in House of Travel Remuera...
Jem's of Remuera specialises in estate jewellery. Photo by Vanita Andrews
'Signs' by Paul Radford outside Remuera Fire Station
Remuera Library by night. Photo by Ian Kohler
Shiho Nakamura taking part in a Taiwanese Indigenous Dance.
Another demonstration by the Remuera branch of Shaolin Kung Fu.
All go in the BNZ Forecourt!
Horse and wagon rides along Remuera Road were very popular.
Macang Dance Company dancers preparing to perform. From left: Michelle Luo, Alice Larwry, Saffron Moaveni, Ella Milar and Lily Double.
Dancer of the SABA Ballet behind window artwork by Enuake Sirikage.
Re-sanded in 2014, Wilson's Beach is at the bottom of Victoria Avenue. Photo by Auckland Council.
Even Mimes need a rest... on a Classic Citroen! Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Fabulous Cellphane Roosters were entered by Cornwall Park School, with the larger rooster made by Tess Bradley, Tessa Burrell, Ruby Smith, Samantha Ratcliffe, Varnika Kanji and Michaela Fuatimau a Finalist in Year 4-6 category.
Maison Vauron with French cheese and some friends...
Crowds enjoyed the Lion Dance, performed by e-Pac.
Room 11 at Newmarket School made a zodiac inspired red lantern, a Finalist in Year 1-3 category.
Moustaches and berets on mannequins inside Kimberleys. Photo by Vanita Andrews.