Enfield is a rural locality 21 km south of Ballarat, on the road to Rokewood.

The village came about from the discovery of the Little Hard Hills goldfield in 1856, generally two or three kilometres south-west of Enfield. Another locality, Whim Holes, is north of Enfield. Until the late 1870s the locality was known by its gold-mining names, but in 1879 the name of the parish, Enfield, was given to the village on the Rokewood Road.

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