Edward Findley (8 September 1864 – 26 October 1947) was an Australian politician and publisher.
Findley was born in Bendigo, Victoria (then called Sandhurst) and was apprenticed as a compositor on the Bendigo Independent before moving to Melbourne in the early 1880s to work on the Daily Telegraph, which closed in 1892.
He became an active unionist and was elected president of the Australasian Typographical Union in 1897.
He established a weekly newspaper, the Boomerang in 1894, but it ran for only eight issues.
He helped establish the Toscin, a radical union weekly in 1896.