Binda is a village in the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia in Upper Lachlan Shire.
It is about 20 km North-North-West of Crookwell in the county of Georgiana. Other near-by towns or locations are:
The origin of the name is thought to be from the Gandangara Aboriginal word for deep water.
Binda was found by the explorers James Meehan and John Oxley in 1820.
The town was gazetted in 1850, the first town to be gazetted in the Crookwell Shire. The land subdivided for sale in 1852.
Coordinates: 34°20′S 149°22′E / -34.333, 149.367