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Primarily a beachside rural town, situated within the Manukau Harbour, at the mouth of the Waiuku River, it fronts the harbour and is north facing. It is known as one of the few beaches where scallops can be collected by hand at low tide.
The population was 1,101 in the 2013 census.
Seagrove aerodrome operated near Clarks Beach during World War II.
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