Ballinluig is a village in Perth and Kinross. It lies on the banks of the River Tummel and is approximately 4 miles south-east of Pitlochry. Alongside the village is the Main A9 road running between Glasgow/Edinburgh to the Highlands. It developed with the building of the Highland Railway, and sat where a branch line went off to Aberfeldy. Both the branch line and Ballinluig station were closed in 1965.
On the opposite side of the A9 to Ballinluig and 0.31 miles west, is Logierait, a smaller village and parish in Atholl, Perthshire. It is situated at the confluence of the rivers Tay and Tummel. It was the birthplace of the sociologist Adam Ferguson (1723–1816), and the Canadian politicians John McIntosh (1796–1853) and Alexander Mackenzie (1822–1892), Canada's second Prime Minister.
Above the village of Logierait is the site of a major early royal castle, still marked by a large ditch. The ancient promontory fort is marked by a huge 'Celtic' cross, a monument to the 6th Duke of Atholl (1814–1864).
There are several small business operating in Ballinluig & Logierait providing a great service to the community and beyond.