Glamorgan Vale is a township and rural locality in Queensland, Australia. The town is in the Lockyer Valley and in the Somerset Region local government area, 57 kilometres (35 mi) west of the state capital, Brisbane. In 2011, its population was 560.
The township itself is prone to flooding in times of extreme weather events as it borders the Black Snake Creek a tributary of the Brisbane River. Exploratory mining was conducted in the area in the early 2000s for natural gas which was unsuccessful. The area was designated for new housing growth in the 2016 draft release of the South East Queensland Regional Plan.