Lansdowne is a rural village on the Mid North Coast near Taree in New South Wales, Australia.
The village lies in the Lansdowne River valley, adjacent to the Coorabakh National Park and the village of Langley Vale, as well as Coopernook and the Lansdowne State Forests. It is the gateway to the Manning River Valley's northern hinterland. At the 2006 census, Lansdowne had a population of 433 people.
The Lansdowne rail station on the North Coast Line was closed in 1975.
Coordinates: 31°46′59″S 152°32′4″E / 31.78306°S 152.53444°E