Meredith is a town in Victoria, Australia, located on the Midland Highway between Ballarat and Geelong. At the 2011 census, Meredith had a population of 738. Meredith Post Office opened on 1 November 1854 and the railway came to the town with the opening of the Geelong-Ballarat line in 1862, with the local railway station opened soon after. Now only grain and freight trains use the line. Darra, a house and stone cottage at 490 Slate Quarry Road, is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Meredith has been host to the Meredith Music Festival since 1991.
Golfers play at the course of the Meredith Golf Club on the Midland Highway.
The Meredith Rural Fire Brigade has a long and proud history serving the Meredith and District areas for over 100 years, established in 1911 the Meredith Rural Fire Brigade is 100% Voluntary and protects the community from all types of fires and emergencies. The MRFB's newest appliance which is a 3.4C Heavy Tanker was bought through fundraising by its dedicated members and the kind assistance of both the Victorian State Liberal Government and Country Fire Authority.