There are a myriad of enjoyable activities, ranging from the relaxed to the energetic, from simply soaking in the view to taking part.
We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite Clevedon based things to do.
How many of these have you already done?
Climb Nīkau Pā, rising above the Clevedon Scenic Reserve, to enjoy the incredible 360 degree view.
Paddle down the Wairoa River, meandering through the valley.
Grab a coffee from one of our great cafes and take a walk (with your dog) around the Clevedon A&P Showgrounds.
Take the kids strawberry picking and at the end of it enjoy a delicious strawberry ice cream.
Hang out with friends and family at the weekend markets.
Grab a dozen oysters and have a picnic on the beach.
Cycle the Hūnua Traverse.
Watch a game of polo at one of Clevedon’s polo fields.
Grab a friend and play frisbee golf at Waitawa.
Enjoy fish and chips from the village at Magazine Bay, with a side of bombs off the wharf.
Enjoy one of our local wines or beers (check out our retail listings for where to buy).
Fish off the wharf at Waitawa or get further out into the Hauraki Gulf by launching your boat at the Kawakawa Bay boat ramp.
Explore the history at McNicol Homestead.
Challenge yourself to a triple-scoop ice cream from the village.
Enjoy a high tide swim in front of the marae at Umupuia.
Walk around Whakakaiwhara/Duder Regional Park, especially picturesque nearing sunset.
Run the Clevedon Half Marathon (or walk the 5km option).
Appreciate the world class sculpture at Riverhaven Artland.
Take a flight in a small plane from Ardmore, the bustling airport home to many flying schools as well as the amazing warbirds.
Enjoy the countryside by walking or cycling the 8km loop (village, Monument, Tourist, McNicol Roads).
Stop and chat to your neighbours in the village centre.
Get the freshest of fresh produce from our local producers at the markets and roadside stalls.
Get your retail fix at one of our great local stores.
Enjoy a cup of tea while reading all your local news in the Roundup.
Enjoy a sundowner on the deck of the Clevedon Sports Club on a Friday night at sunset.