Northcliffe is a small rural town with a population of 600 people, approximately 366 kilometres south of Perth.
and beef farming have supported the town for nearly a century. 50
tobacco farms were developed for ex-servicemen; this made a considerable
impact on Northcliffe. The timber industry became a significant source
of employment, and more recently grapes, marron, olives and walnuts have
been successfully introduced into the region.