|Elevation:||128 m (420 ft)|
|Local Government Area:||Rural City of Horsham|
Horsham is the largest city by population and regional centre of the Wimmera region of Victoria, Australia and is approximately 300 kilometres north-west of Melbourne via the Western Highway. At the 2006 census, Horsham had a population of 14,125. Horsham is in the federal Division of Mallee. Currently held by the National party, it is the most conservative seat in the country.
Horsham won Australia's Tidiest Town 2001, despite the ten year drought that was affecting the area.
Horsham is the main administrative centre for and the most populous city within the Rural City of Horsham local government area.