The 1929 Victorian state election was held in the Australian state of Victoria on Saturday 30 November 1929 to elect 45 of the 65 members of the state's Legislative Assembly. The other 20 seats were uncontested.
The Nationalist Party had gained two seats in the Assembly since the previous election, having won two by-elections in seats held by independents. Henry Bodman (Gippsland South) died on 2 November 1927, and Walter West won the seat for the Nationalists on 3 December.SpeakerOswald Snowball (Brighton), who had been disendorsed by the Nationalists in the previous election after voting against the redistribution bill, had rejoined the Nationalists since but died on 16 March 1928. Ian Macfarlan won the seat in the by-election on 24 April 1928.