Clontarf is one of the Northern Beaches Southern places to live. It is situated in a quiet small pocket with views of Sydney’s City. The Landmarks that make up Clontarf are Clontarf Beach, Sandy Bay, Castle Rock and Grotto Point.
According to the 2011 Census there is around 1,693 residents living in Clontarf. In the top 3 lifestyles of Clontarf there are is roughly around 25.9% of older couples and families, 27.9% of established couples and families and 10% elderly families in the area.
A little bit of history of Clontarf. It was named after the Clontarf district in Dublin, Ireland. It also was visited by the son of Queen Victoria, Prince Alfred and Duke of Edinburgh in 1868.