Ardmona is a town in the Goulburn Valley of central Victoria, Australia. It is 10 km west of Shepparton and located in the City of Greater Shepparton local government area. The Midland Highway passes through the south of Ardmona.
The town takes its name from a farm owned by Charles and Lochie McDonald which was purchased by a private syndicate in 1886 and subdivided to become Victoria’s first irrigated settlement. One of the five members of the syndicate was horticulturist and journalist John West.
Ardmona has several amenities, including: churches, a general store, a primary school and a football field. SPC Ardmona, an Australian company, has its main factory located in nearby Shepparton.