Hurlingham is a city in the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It forms part of the Gran Buenos Aires metropolitan area and is situated 23 km west of the city centre. Hurlingham is served by two railway lines, Ferrocarril San Martín and the Urquiza Line and is the head town of the municipality of Hurlingham.
The United States Department of Agriculture maintains a biological control laboratory in Hurlingham. Hurlingham takes its name from the Hurlingham Club, a country club famous for polo set up by the 19th century Anglo-Argentine community in the area, copying London's famous Hurlingham Club.