Hammond is a settlement in South Australia in the southern Flinders Ranges.
The town of Hammond was surveyed in May 1879 on the banks of the Bellaratta Creek. It is named after William Henry Hammond Jervois, the eldest son of Governor of South Australia William Jervois.
St Dominic's Catholic Church in Hammond opened in 1907 but closed on 25 June 2006. Hammond school opened in 1886 but is also now closed.