Clevedon was named after the town in of the same name in Clevedon, England in 1866. It was previously known as Te Wairoa. To this day a strong English heritage remains
Clevedon is one of those places where the residentís fiercely protect the environment that has been developed and Clevedon is also one of those places Aucklanders love to visit, an at weekends the cafes and shops do a roaring trade.
Clevedon is a semi rural town within the administrative area of Manukau and Auckland and the town and surrounding rural area has a population of circa 6,000.
Clevedon also boasts a well maintained Polo Pitch that is often the setting for Auckland Polo events.
Clevedon is located on the Wairoa River, some five kilometers from the Tamaki waterway.