A fortune teller to read your tarot cards.
Mime Itai Biran from The Human Agency takes over the Gendarmes' photo opp... Photo by Bruce Tetley
Lantern Finalist Aryu Yoshihara, Churchill Park School. Displayed in Bilkey & Co Jewellers, 407 Remuera Road.
Twirling parasols are part of the Rain of the Tung Flowers dance.
Pop-Up fashion parades drew the crowds with Scott and Manon on the red carpet... Photo by Kevin Munro
Polish artist, NeSpoon, glazing pottery before raku firing.
Carolyn Vernon with Peter Thompson who holds a red wooden pagoda made by Seb Rutledge from Churchill Park School, a Finalist in Year 4-6 category.
Getting ready for the Lion Dance.
Francesca Zampollo explored the 'Taste of meaningful food' and festival goers wrote on her Memory Cloth about their meaningful food experiences.
French bunting on a grand scale helped Jems take second place in the window display competition.
Brazilian Divas in white ensembles add lots of energy to the festival...
The Dance of the Golden Peacock, performed by Remuera Primary School dancers Elena Meng and Sophia Tsang.
Blue, blanc, rouge balloons and street decorations. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Macang Dance Company dancers preparing to perform. From left: Michelle Luo, Alice Larwry, Saffron Moaveni, Ella Milar and Lily Double.
A cowboy gets in on the Monster Mash!
Blend bikes and wine racks. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Parnell School drummers in action.
Desley Simpson, chair of the Orakei Local Board, looks stunning in Gregory.
Local and very talented buskers Thomas and Nicholas Scott.