Timboon /tɪmˈbuːn, ˈtɪmbən/ is a town in the Western District of Victoria, Australia. The town is in the Shire of Corangamite local government area, approximately 213 kilometres (132 mi) south-west of the state capital, Melbourne. At the 2001 census, Timboon had a population of 787. At the 2006 census, Timboon had a population of 871. During the 2016 census Timboon had a population of 1,202 .
Timboon Fine Ice-Cream has been operating for 18 years and has recently opened a visitor centre in the centre of town, it is very popular. The ice cream is currently homemade near the town itself at a local factory with plans to move the factory to the visitor centre too.
Timboon Farmhouse Cheese, a locally established family business was closed early in 2009, following its acquisition by a multi-national corporation. It has recently re-opened and is developing a new range of specialist cheese products.
The former railway station goods shed was renovated and reopened in mid-2008 as a restaurant, which also houses a whisky distillery under the name Timboon Railway Shed Distillery. This put the station into use for the first time since being previously used as a Guide Hall. The former station site also marks one end of the Camperdown-Timboon Rail Trail.