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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Alstonville - Now & Then


Situated between Lismore and Ballina, Alstonville has grown from a village into a substantial town.


The towns classic old Post Office (here is a shot from 1909) has been reinvented into Quattro Country Italian restaurant.


The deep shady verandahs are a great spot for lunch or a coffee.

5 comments:

  1. Had a lovely meal of rabbit there a few months back. I love the Alstonville main street, it has so much character.

    By the way did you know that Alstonville was once called Duck Creek Mountain? Alstonville does seem a little more elegant a name.

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  2. Lovely historic building! Hey, that guy is wearing a summer shirt - we're wearing winter jackets over here!
    Happy weekend

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  3. Great to hear a story of a town growing instead of dying.

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  4. The food there is so nice, well worth a visit.

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