Eltham is a suburban town and district in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, southeast London, England.
Eltham may also refer to:
- Eltham, New Zealand, a small town in southern Taranaki, New Zealand.
- Eltham, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
- Eltham, New South Wales, a small rural place approximately 14 km (8.7 mi) northeast of Lismore, New South Wales
- Eltham, Virginia, a small unincorporated community in New Kent County, Virginia, United States.
- Eltham railway station
- Mottingham railway station, a different railway station, south of Eltham in Mottingham that was previously named Eltham station.
- Eltham (UK Parliament constituency), a borough constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the UK.
- Eltham Palace, a large house in Eltham, currently owned by English Heritage and open to the public.
- Eltham Well Hall rail crash, a derailment on the British railway system 1972.
- Eltham College, an independent school in Mottingham near Eltham.
- Eltham ordinances, a set of reforms to the administration of Henry VIII of England's court.
- John of Eltham, Earl of Cornwall John of Eltham, (1316–1336), son of Edward II of England and Isabella of France.
- Earl of Eltham, a title that has been created twice as a subsidiary title.
- Eltham railway station, Melbourne
- Electoral district of Eltham
- Shire of Eltham, a Local Government that existed from 1856 until 1994. located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) northeast of Melbourne.
- Eltham Wildcats Basketball Club, the largest junior basketball club in the world.
- Eltham Football Club
- Eltham College of Education, a private high school, situated in Research, northeast of Eltham, Victoria.
- Eltham High School
- Eltham North, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne, north of Eltham, Victoria.
- Battle of Eltham's Landing, an 1862 battle, part of the Peninsula Campaign of the American Civil War.
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