Stoneyford (also spelled Stonyford) is a rural locality in western Victoria, used mainly for grazing and dairying. It is on the Princes Highway and railway line about midway between Colac and Camperdown.

Stoneyford’s name is descriptive of the area: the stone is from volcanic material and the ford refers to a crossing place on a small stream. The primary source of the volcanic material was Mount Porndon, a treeless cone about 5 km west of Stoneyford.

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