The lights were out and the umbrellas were up for the second annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost twilight street parade at the weekend.
Hundreds of people lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the floats in parade.
This year marked the first time Campbelltown Council offered a new prize for the floats – best used of light.
Participants were also awarded for their best use of the two themes – Light and Life Under the Sea and The Legend of Fisher’s Ghost.
Locals took those themes and ran with them.
The parade included ghostly pirate ships, illuminated umbrella jellyfish, cultural groups, dance groups, emergency services, school groups and more.
Campbelltown Council elected to run the parade at twilight again this year after the success of the inaugural 2017 twilight parade.
The parade was held during the day in previous years.