Ali Pur Noon is a historic village near Bhera in Sargodha District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was settled in the nineteenth century by the Noon family.
Ali Pur Noon is inhabited by over 24,000 people. It is one of the largest villages in the area and is a self-sustained community, having schools, medical clinics, ironmongers, carpenters, traditional craftsmen in leather arts, clay arts, etc.
The village is surrounded by citrus, kinno, malta (a variety of orange), lychee, and guava. The date and mango orchards are over a hundred years old. It also has a very successful stud farm.