The Shire of Northern Grampians is a local government area in the Wimmera region of Victoria, Australia. The primarily rural LGA is located in the western part of the state and has an area of 5,918 square kilometres and at the 2006 Census, had a population of 11,912.
The seats of local government are in Stawell (the most populous settlement) and St Arnaud and the administrative centre is located in Stawell.
The major settlements within the LGA include Stawell and St Arnaud. Other settlements include Great Western, Marnoo, Glenorchy, Stuart Mill, Navarre and the tourist town of Halls Gap.
It was formed in 1995 from the merger of the City of Stawell, Town of St Arnaud, Shire of Stawell, Shire of Kara Kara and parts of the Shire of Wimmera, Shire of Dunmunkle and Shire of Donald.
The local economy is based on a diverse range of industries including agriculture, tourism, wine production, gold mining, brick manufacturing and meat production.