Northcliffe - our community
Southern Forests, Western Australia
Our headline result: the Northcliffe CRC and its services are cherished by our town.
Our Northcliffe CRC 2016 Survey, which we launched on election day, was completed by 35 residents. The NCRC was satisfied with this level of participation. The survey was long (6 pages) and required dedication to complete. As such we were targeting those who had some thoughtful input to share, rather than running a plebiscite or popularity poll. The full results are available here.
We also wrote a summary of these results in our September feature for the Northcliffe Karri Pigeon newspaper.
Thanks to all who participated in the NCRC 2016 survey.
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.
Running throughout July and August, NCRC, along with our partners, are concluding Northcliffe's Mirror World photo competition with an exhibition of prize winners and our other favourite submitted entries. More details.
A range of book making workshops are running throughout the week from August 22nd to August 27th at Northcliffe's Painted Tree Gallery. Workshops are broken up into small and large projects to suit all skill levels, with the fantastic artist Jane Flower. Check out the poster for details.
This catered residential weekend art workshop features the amazing textile artist Nalda Searles and takes place at Northcliffe's Watermark Kilns. Participants will be making 3d forms using hay, shells, sea pods, treasured fabric and more. Non-residential option also available. A Southern Forest Arts event. More details.