Gumeracha is a town near Adelaide, South Australia, located on the Adelaide-Mannum Road. It is located in the Adelaide Hills Council local government area. At the 2006 census, Gumeracha had a population of 731. Gumeracha is located between Inglewood and Birdwood along the Adelaide-Mannum Road, and north of Lobethal along the Gumeracha-Lobethal Road.
Gumeracha is the regional centre for the area. It contains a primary school, hospital, community centre, sports facilities and council offices of the Adelaide Hills Council (the main office is at Woodside). There is also a golf course in Kenton Valley south of the town. Several wineries, including Chain Of Ponds Wines and Talunga Premium Wines, operate in Gumeracha and in nearby areas. The most notable attraction of Gumeracha is the "biggest rocking horse in the World" - standing at 18.3 metres (60.0 ft) (approximately the height of a six-storey building), it is just east of the town on Main Road and serves to advertise the toy factory and wildlife park.