Laidley is a town situated in the Lockyer Valley of South East Queensland, Australia. The township had a population of 3,518 in 2011 and lies 83 kilometres (52 mi) west of Brisbane, the state capital.
The local industry has been dominated by agriculture since the end of the 19th century. Laidley has long regarded itself as "Queensland's Country Garden". Fruit and vegetable production features prominently, with the majority of beetroot grown in Australia coming from the Laidley district.