Rockley is a small village in the Central Tablelands region in New South Wales, Australia. At the 2006 census, Rockley had a population of 174 people.
Rockley has a tablelands climate similar to Bathurst. Summers are generally warm and mild. Autumn is generally mild to cool with few frosts at the end of the season. Winter is generally cool to cold with some day times maxima under 5 degrees, there are on average about 3 snowfalls per years. Many days through winter have thick frost and fog. Spring has some late frosts and then the days turn warm.