The building has two function rooms. Upstairs is ‘The Seacliff Room’, the largest and most flexible space. With its open plan, high ceilings, polished wooden floor boards and sweeping views from every window this room is a popular choice for art exhibitions, community events, workshops and yoga classes. There is room for 50 guests seated or 80 standing.

Downstairs is ‘The History Room’, a smaller and more intimate break-out space. The fully equipped kitchen and bathroom have been newly renovated. There is a portable ramp suitable for wheelchair access to the ground floor only.


The Clifton School of Arts stands on Dharawal Country, the traditional homelands of the Wodiwodi people. We pay our respects to the First Nations People of Australia.