White Hills is a suburb of the City of Bendigo in central Victoria, Australia. It is located 4 kilometres north-west of the city centre.
Its name came about from the colour of the clay which was exposed by gold miners at that part of the Bendigo diggings.
The Bendigo Creek, the site of the first gold find, runs upstream through White Hills.
At the 2011 census, White Hills had a population of 3,275.