Ray White agents looking Halloweenie.
Sophie Shale and Amelia Sutton from Churchill Park intricately cut their blue and lilac lantern, a Finalist in the Year 4-6 catetory.
More action from the Shaolin Kung Fu students.
Drummers from Parnell District School kicked off Remuera's Chinese New Year event.
Nathan Kara as 'Le Penseur' in progress... Photo by Bruce Tetley
Dove Shop staff dressed in Halloween theme.
Hot work in the Crepe Creations trailer...
A Remuera icon and home to the freshest fish in Auckland. Photo by Vanita Andrews
Calligraphy artist Weilun Ha created a beautiful painting of peonies, which symbolise prosperity. The artwork will be displayed in Remeura Library until 22 February.
Highly Commended Lantern by Jade Thomson, Remuera Primary School. Displayed in Life Pharmcy, 320 Remuera Road.
Crowds enjoying the atmosphere below the hanging lanterns.
Daniel Bloxham - Commodity, Slaughter, Keystone, Extinction, Decimation.
Roving band 'French Toast' brought the sounds of Paris to Remuera.
Remuera Music Academy flute ensemble outside Remuera Library.
Learning some circus tricks with JP!
StarJam's Velvet Vocalists and Drummers kicked off the BNZ Stage programme and were fantastic!
Linn Lorkin and French Toast bring the Parisian vibe to Remuera. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Julie and Geraldine doing French Charleston while Twistin' the Swing play...
Ghada Nashat models for Collezioni on the red carpet outside BNZ. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Francesca Zampollo explored the 'Taste of meaningful food' and festival goers wrote on her Memory Cloth about their meaningful food experiences.