The Belyando River is a river in Central Queensland, Australia. The river flows in a northerly direction, flows into the Suttor River, before flowing into the Burdekin Dam and becoming a tributary of the Burdekin River. It has its headwaters in the Drummond Range east of the town of Alpha and is bounded in the west by the Great Dividing Range.
It has a catchment area of a little more than 35,000 km². Land use in the catchment is dominated by grazing with some cropping. Some of the catchment is included in the Narrien Range National Park and the Epping Forest National Park.
The river was discovered and named by the explorer Thomas Mitchell in 1846 on his fourth and last expedition.
In 2011, the 2010–2011 Queensland floods caused widespread flooding along the river and the extended isolation of properties from inundation which needed food supply drops.
Coordinates: 21°38′S 146°50′E / 21.633°S 146.833°E