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.
Painting flags inside the Experimental Bakery.
Jem's of Remuera specialises in estate jewellery. Photo by Vanita Andrews
Balloon poodle parade attacts many entrants.
Charleston performed by the Roaring Antoinettes.
People of all ages enjoyed Jacques Foottit's 'Haptic Feedback Glove' where your hand is transformed into a virtual aircraft.
Detail of lace art on Cafe Vicky One wall by renowned Polish street artist, NeSpoon.
Lantern Finalist Elsie Richardson, Churchill Park School. Displayed in Trumps, 320 Remuera Road.
Sophia Wilkening models for Basler with assistance from Mime Itai Biran. Photo by Vanita Andrews
Maison Vauron with French cheese and some friends...
Churchill Park School won $600 from ANZ for the most Finalists in the Lantern Competition. Pictured are Damyanti Daya and Liz Gunn from Churchill Park School with Samantha McGuire from ANZ Remuera.
Felters hard at work inside the Frolian Travels makerspace.
Pop-Up fashion parades drew the crowds with Scott and Manon on the red carpet... Photo by Kevin Munro
Poppies Books took first place in the French window display competition with a papier mache Eiffel Tower and fireworks created by students from Room 13, Richmond Road School.
Macang Dance Company performs Rain of the Tung Flowers.
Shiho Nakamura taking part in a Taiwanese Indigenous Dance.
Traditional Lion Dance entertained the crowds.
Another demonstration by the Remuera branch of Shaolin Kung Fu.
French bunting on a grand scale helped Jems take second place in the window display competition.
As twilight fell, a choir from the Chinese Methodist Church in Remuera sang for the crowds.
Organic bread and pastries a specialty at 4&20 Bakery. Photo by Vanita Andrews