Clontarf is home to a range of award-winning Sports Clubs, including two GAA clubs, three full-sized golf courses and the Northside's oldest sailing club.
Education institutes in Clontarf include a number of primary and secondary schools catering for both boys and girls as well as two mixed junior schools and one mixed secondary school
Societies are a great way to get out and meet people in your local area. Why not bridge or take up gardening?
Clontarf has a number of beautiful, historic churches as well as more modern ones. Local churches include those of Roman Catholic, Methodist, Anglican and Presbyterian faith
There are a number of charities, both locally and nationally known, which are based here in Clontarf. Perhaps there is a local charity you'd like to get involved in?
Scouting is a great activity for kids to get involved in. Here in Clontarf, there are two Scouting groups, one Sea Scout club and a Girl Guides group
Other Residents' Groups
Separate to the Clontarf Residents' Association, there are a number of other independent hyper-local residents' association operating in areas and streets of Clontarf
Clontarf is home to St. Anne's Park, the North Bull Island and iconic Promenade. There are a number of local groups which aim to encourage, protect and keep our local environment clean
Hospitals and Rehab
Clontarf is home to the Irish Wheelchair Association and the Incorporated Orthopaedic Hospital, both based off Blackheath Park
Clontarf's only active Youth Club is Foróige which is part of Ireland's leading youth organisation. The Club is currently based in St. Anthony's Hall.