Digby is a rural village in western Victoria, 45 km west of Hamilton. It is situated at the intersection of minor roads between Hamilton and Dartmoor and between Casterton and Portland.

The Digby area was travelled by the New South Wales Surveyor General Thomas Mitchell, during his Australia Felix expedition in 1836. He named the Stokes River, which flows north of Digby and enters the Glenelg River.

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