Clifton, Qld

War Memorial on the corner of Edward Street and Felton-Clifton Road in Clifton
Photo by Bauple58

The small rural township of Clifton is 8 kilometres west of the New England Highway and is bisected by a railway line. It was once a large wheat growing area but now has a diverse range of agriculture including cattle, cereal crops, sunflowers, peanuts and honey production. The town was the setting for the movie 'The Thornbirds'.
The Clifton Information Centre is open from 10.00am - 2.00pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. To get to the Information Centre, turn west off the New England Highway where it is signposted to Clifton. Travel 8 kilometres, cross over the railway line then veer right towards Leyburn and Toowoomba along King Street. After 350 metres turn left where it is signposted to Meara and the Centre is immediately on the right.

Clifton Information Centre

Clifton Administration Service Centre
Corner King Street & Meara Place
Clifton QLD 4261

Map of Clifton

Clifton Photos

This page last reviewed on 5 Jul 2016