Mount Duneed is a suburb of Geelong, Victoria, Australia. The Geelong Airport is located in Mount Duneed. Though the airport continues to operate, the site is for sale as of July 2005, and it appears likely that it will be demolished to make way for housing.
Much of the locality north of Lower Duneed Road is part of the large Armstrong Creek Growth Area with urban development beginning in 2010. With the gazetting of the suburb Armstrong Creek in 2012, Mount Duneed's boundary was adjusted to exclude the area east of the Surf Coast Highway, north of the Armstrong Creek Growth Area boundary west of Horseshoe Bend Road, and north of Lower Duneed Road east of Horseshoe Bend Road. The area north of Boundary Road, south of the Warrnambool railway line and west of the Surf Coast Highway, formerly part of Grovedale, became part of Mount Duneed.