About our Alstonville tree loppers


An arborist smiling from the top of a tree in Lismore
Your Tree Feller was established in Alstonville by Nicole and Craig Webster in 2018.

Our mission is to provide comprehensive tree removal, stump grinding, wood chipping, tree pruning, land clearing and site clean-up services. We'll do it all, so you don't need to worry about hiring subcontractors or additional companies to complete the job.

We have undertaken the necessary training and use the latest equipment to ensure we work safely near homes and businesses. Our team comply with strict occupational health and safety regulations, and work to relevant Australian standards. Not in Alstonville? No problem! We travel to all areas including, Byron Bay, Mullumbimby, Ballina, Lennox Head, Evans Head, Woodburn, Lismore, Casino and Kyogle.

Contact us to find out more about our tree loppers.


At Your Tree Feller, we've compiled answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about tree removal. If you don't see your question answered here, please don't hesitate to contact our team.
Do I need council approval to remove trees from my property?
Generally, you will need to seek council approval or a permit to remove a tree from your property, especially if you are looking to clear the land for development. This is because trees often act as houses for animals. Sometimes there is also native protection orders on specific species. Our team can help you through the council application process. Get in touch to discuss your needs.
Does grinding a tree stump kill the roots?
Yes, it will. The roots need nutrients to grow that can only be supplied by tree leaves. This means that once the stump has been ground down, regrowth is not possible, so the roots will die. Roots will continue to live, and stumps can reshoot, if left unattended after the tree is cut down. Our team grind stumps below the surface to leave a clear and level space.
How do you know when a tree is dying?
While it can be hard to determine whether a tree is healthy or on its last legs, there are a few warning signs to look out for including:
  • Bark abnormalities
  • Holes or decay
  • Dead branches that break easily
  • Leaf discolouration
A common way to test if your tree is dying is to do a scratch test. Beneath the dry outer layer of bark there is a cambium layer. In living trees, this cambium layer is a green shade however, in a dead tree it will be brown and dry.
Why should I prune my trees?
There are a number of benefits to pruning your trees, but the biggest ones are: safety and tree health. Broken and dead branches can be dangerous if they fall without warning. Trees should be also be pruned to ensure they don't overhang your home. If you think a tree is endangering your property, call us!


Read what our customers have to say about our tree felling services. The team at Your Tree Feller is dedicated to client satisfaction and safety. Want to experience our service for yourself? Contact us.