Where Town meets Country!

Clarks Beach is a pristine small coastal town within the Auckland region nestled on the shores of the Manukau Harbour. Clarks Beach sits on a peninsular bordered by the harbour on one side and the mouth of the Waiuku River on the other. Clarks Beach offers calm tidal beaches, mangroves and mudflats as well as a range of water birds and is one of the few beaches scallops can be collected by hand at low tide.

Clarks Beach Golf Club an 18-hole, Pohutakawa lined course situated on the shore of the Manukau Harbour showcasing spectacular views from many of its fairways.  

The Golf Club has a close relationship with the local Iwi through its membership. The local Iwi have set up the Clarks Beach Maori Golf group. Each year they host a large tournament at the Club.

Clarks Beach is a destination, so make a day of it!

Visitors welcome, what we offer!

  • Golf cart & club hire available
  • Fully stocked Pro shop, open 7am - 4.30pm, 7 days a week
  • Bar open from 11am, 7 days a week
  • Cafe open from 8am, 7 days a week
  • From downtown Auckland: 50-60 minutes
  • From Auckland Airport: 30-40 minutes

To book, go to our Tee Bookings

Non-golfers are welcome too, pop in for a bite to eat or a drink.  See what is on offer at our Clubhouse Cafe.


Club Substainability & Environment

In partnership with Auckland Golf, our Club has been invited to be part of the Ecological Enhancement Report that is being carried out by Auckland Council.

The Club has a proud history in keeping the course pest free with a group of willing volunteers to keep an eye on it.

We have been working on information for this report, aside from the community and social benefits we have mentioned earlier in this document, the Club has an important role to play such as;

  • Running fundraising events for not for profit groups i.e. Prostate Cancer, Breast Cancer, I Am Hope.
  • Local Supplier Initiative focusses on identifying and using local suppliers therefore reducing suppliers carbon footprints and supporting our local community and businesses.
  • Providing a buffer between the Waste Water Treatment plant and houses.
  • Playing an important part of the marine and coastal ecosystem which is home to a wide variety of sea birds including the endangered Dotterel.
  • Pest eradication plan in place which includes partnering with Crest in achieving “Pest Free by 2050” for Clarks Beach