Spalding is a town located north of the Clare Valley in South Australia, Australia. At the 2006 census, Spalding had a population of 212.
It is mainly a farming community and also is home to a slate quarry.
Services in the town include a supermarket, hotel, school, gun supplies store, roadhouse, CFS station, state emergency service (SES), dedicated post office and police station.
Spalding is presumed to be named after the market town of Spalding, Lincolnshire in the UK.