From Auckland to Invercargill, residents have been treated to two nights in a row to a stunning array of auroras.
Invercargill resident Kaitlyn Brown snapped both events, and said Sunday's aurora was the first time she had seen one with the naked eye.
"It was absolutely incredible," she said. "It just glows in the sky."
Ms Brown wasn't the only one to snap a spectacular picture - Kiwis from as far north as Auckland shared their images to the Aurora Australis Facebook page.
As for Ms Brown, she's now hooked and sorely tempted to become an aurora hunter.
"So long as I don't have work in the morning! ... It would be really cool to get out there with a lot of different places," she said.
The Aurora Australis is the lesser known sibling to the Northern Hemisphere's Aurora Borealis.
The Southern Lights are seen quite frequently from parts of the South Island, but it's rarer to see them further up, especially as far as Auckland.
It's caused by a geomagnetic storm, the result of a large hole in the sun's surface.
If you missed out the last two nights, scientists think there'll be another chance to see the lights on Monday.