Hopeland is a rural locality in the Western Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. In the , Hopeland had a population of 140 people.
Hopeland is located south-east of Chinchilla, on the Darling Downs famous for its rich black, fertile soils. The district is situated on the Southern Brigalow Belt bioregion of Queensland. The northern boundary of the locality is the Condamine River, while the south-western boundary is Wambo Creek (a tributary of the Condamine River).
Hopeland State School opened on 8 February 1937 with its first teacher Lionel Stevens with an average attendance of 16 students in its first year. It was mothballed on 4 November 2006 and closed on 23 October 2007. It was at 821 Chinchilla-Kogan Road (corner of Hopeland School Road, ). The school's website was archived.
In July 2015, representatives of Hopeland and neighbouring areas took a petition signed by more than 9,000 people to Sydney to