Ballinluig (Scottish Gaelic: Baile an Luig) is a village in the Scottish Highlands. It is located in the Council Area Perth and Kinross near the mouth of the River Tummel in the River Tay. Ballinluig had until the 1960s, regional importance, as branched off at the station of Ballinluig of the Highland Main Line of the Highland Railway a branch line to Aberfeldy. The branch line and the station were closed in 1965. Near the village produced from 1812, the Auchnagie distillery whiskey. However, it was closed in 1912. Also founded in 1810 and closed in 1927 Ballechin distillery was in the vicinity of the village. The stone circle of Tynreich (Tynreich Stone Circle, Tigh-na-ruaich) is just east of the A9, at the end of St. Cedd's Road.