Alstonville is a historic hinterland town ideally situated halfway between Ballina and Lismore. The town's population of approximately 5000 forms part of Ballina shire and has a number of schools, medical facilities, cafes, shops and a pub. It's elevated position on a volcanic plateau means that it stays cool in summer, warm in winter and has extremly rich organic soil. The town serves as a business centre for a number of surrounding small rural communities such as Teven, Tintenbar, Alstonvale, Uralba, Lynwood, Rous, Dalwood and Tregeagle to name a few. The surrounding country is accentuated by rolling hills, maccadamia farms and other tropical fruit farms, all of these factors make it a very desirable area to live.
A Plateau Life
Full of Community Spirit