Clifton, New South Wales

nsw, Australia


GeoPoint: -34.2594 , 150.969  

About Clifton

Clifton is a village on the coast of New South Wales, Australia, between Sydney and Wollongong. Along with nearby Coalcliff, the village began life as a coal-mining centre. It is situated on a narrow area between the sea and the Illawarra escarpment. The electrified South Coast railway line passes through, but the station at Clifton was closed in 1915. The Sea Cliff Bridge, opened in 2005, restored the connection between Clifton and Coalcliff, broken by frequent rock falls onto this section of the Lawrence Hargrave Drive. The bridge lies parallel to the former "coal cliffs" and offers scenic views of the cliffs, the sea, and surrounding coastline.

Region Types

districtresidential districtsettlementsuburb


克利夫頓 (新南威爾士州) (zh)

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Area Info

  • State: nsw
  • Country: Australia
  • Population Info

    • Population: 28 inhabitants

    Sources: Back4App, DBpedia
     — Date merged: 7/19/2021, 11:54:35 AM