Alstonville is a charming village set amongst the fertile, green rolling hills on the plateau west of Ballina. Its historic buildings have all the charm of yesteryear yet hold all the modern facilities and services that make this town a popular home for many.
Welcome to historical Alstonville NSW Australia
Originally known as Duck Creek Mountain, the village of Alstonville is central to many farms, orchards and nurseries and is famous for its Tibouchina Trees which line the streets and add a vibrant green and mauve colour thoughout the village when flowering.
Alstonville is also known for its rich red volcanic soil producing avocados, macadamia nuts, tropical fruits and coffee. The village has a number of art and antique galleries where you can relax with a coffee.
Located half way between Lismore and Ballina, Alstonville was established by the cedar cutters over a hundred years ago and you can still see a remnant of the 'Big Scrub' at Victoria Park where you follow a boardwalk through this sub tropical rainforest.
Alstonville has a number of festivals and major events throughout the year including a rodeo and numerous trade fairs and expos at the large community centre.
Alstonville Real Estate
The Alstonville area is an attractive place to live, with a great lifestyle for both families and older residents. Ballina.Info has aimed to give you a guide to real estate in Alstonville, with the Alstonville Real Estate Guide. Visit now and seriously think about joining this wonderful community.
Browse the directory to find out more about the great businesses in Alstonville.