Northcliffe - our community
Southern Forests, Western Australia
Entries are open until 31st May for Northcliffe's 2016 photo competition and exhibition and the theme is... Mirror World. Reflections, in water and glass, natural and man made symettries, on-theme digitally manipulated photos, twins, uncanny resemblances and anything else you can think of which speaks of mirrors and their worlds. Entry is free although some terms apply. Entries are only accepted in digital format and we will print and mount selected photos for you. These will be displayed in the Mirror World exhibition (opening July 2016) and possibly even toured to other galleries. At the end of the process the mounted work will be yours to collect. The prize pool value will be $500 with a number of categories including Overall, People's choice, and 18s and under. Drop into the CRC for an particpants pack, including sample images to inspire you, Guidelines and the entry form. The pack is also available for download here. If you would like to complete the entry form using Microsoft Word you can download a Word document version here.
www.northcliffe.org.au, where you are right now, has been around since est. 2002. This page represents the first major redesign, to our knowledge, in that fourteen year period.
Advantages of our new design include its highly flexible, mobile and tablet friendly display, easier maintenance and the fresh and consistent new look. We have also consolidated and updated content, as well as creating a lot of new content.
This page is created and maintained by the Northcliffe Community Resource Centre. The redevelopment effort and the creation of our own page was funded by Royalties for Regions, a program of the WA State Government. Our thanks for this support.
Entries are open until 31st May for Northcliffe's 2016 photo competition and exhibition and the theme is... Mirror World. More details here.
Running from 4-6 June, our annual mountain bike event involves hundreds of riders, volunteers and spectators... This event is returning after its 2015 bushfire cancellation with a whole new course and new date. Access updates on the Facebook page, or contact Northcliffe Visitor Centre.
Optometrist Geoffrey Kaye is currently funded by the WA Health Department to help rural communities like ours access his services. Geoffrey will be at the NCRC conducting eye examinations and writing prescriptions for glasses for those who need them. Make an appointment on 0411 476 888.