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.
Daniel Bloxham - Commodity, Slaughter, Keystone, Extinction, Decimation.
Lantern Finalist Sophia Carter, Churchill Park School. Displayed in Jems of Remuera, 346 Remuera Road.
A bi-cultural lantern made by Ciara Elliott from Churchill Park featured a Chinese dragon and New Zealand flag. A Finalist in the Year 4-6 category.
Remuera Post Office on the corner of Remuera Road and Victoria Ave.
People of all ages enjoyed making paper lanterns.
Dancers from the Macang Dance Company.
TRACES by Mark Pulsford with dancers Tomomi Watanabe and Yuki Suzumura and voice by Caitlin Smith. Sponsored by China Airlines. To see a full video of the performance click here.
Ghada Nashat models for Collezioni on the red carpet outside BNZ. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Grace Dong from Remuera Music Academy performed with two of her students.
Frankenstein's Freaky Photo BOOth saw plenty of action!
Gorgeous Scandinavian-inspired homewares at Design Quarter. Photo by Vanita Andrews
Fabulous masks were part of the Macan Dance Company's performance.
Desley Simpson, chair of the Orakei Local Board, looks stunning in Gregory.
Kate Mitchell's spinning wheel helped to create her Animal to Mineral exhibition.
MC Chun Chung, owner of Bakers Delight Remuera, in full swing.
Allan Dai from Remuera Primary School was Runner-Up in the Lantern Competition.
Kate Brewer looks fabulous in an outfit from Browns.
Fabuous sing along with the Ukulele group in the Village Green.
Amy Ko of Meadowbank School accepts first prize in the Lantern Competition on behalf of Ellen Loftus. Sponsors alongside are Kiri Barfoot and Carolyn Vernon of Barfoot & Thompson, and ANZ Remuera branch manager Samantha McGuire
Entrance to Remuera Library for the RBA and FNZCCI Bastille Cocktail evening on 16 July.