Welcome to the Clifton School of Arts

 The Clifton School of Arts is an iconic landmark building in the northern Illawarra that has been a cultural facility for the local community for over 100 years.
 
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean at the southern end of the Sea Cliff Bridge the building has been restored by a group of local residents and now provides a spectacular setting for exhibitions, concerts, community events and private and corporate functions.
 
To enquire about hiring/inspecting the building or to make a booking please call Lorelle Ring on 02 4267 1289.

Bookings

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The Clifton School of Arts is available to hire for events including art exhibitions, weddings and parties and corporate and community events...
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History

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The original Clifton School of Arts was established in 1880 when Andrew Stuart (owner of the local coal mine and later premier of NSW) gave the use of a room ...
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'The Bridge' - on sale now!

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Clifton School of Arts has recently published a photo-journal of the construction of the Sea Cliff Bridge on the NSW Illawarra coast. 
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