Kondinin is a town located in the Eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, 279 kilometres (173 mi) east of the state capital, Perth via the Brookton Highway and State Route 40 between Corrigin and Hyden. It is the main town in the Shire of Kondinin.
Kondinin has a population of about 300 and is a key agricultural centre for a district whose main activities are wheat and sheep farming. It contains a TAFE centre, and in addition, a primary school (the nearest high school being 23 km away in Kulin), National Australia Bank, shopping facilities, accommodation (hotel, motel, caravan park), council offices and a telecentre are located within the town. Every year in March, it hosts Hoonavation, formerly part of the Kondinin Keg and Cork Festival, where burnouts and freestyle motocross events are conducted.
The town is a stop on the Transwa bus service to Esperance.