|Named By:||Salisbury et al in 2006|
|Time Period:||Early-Late Cretaceous, Albian-Cenomanian|
|Location:||Australia, Queensland, Isisford - Winton Formation|
|Size:||1 meter long|
|Fossil(s):||Almost complete individual, and a second skull|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Sauropsida | Crocodylomorpha | Eusuchia ||
Isisfordia (named after the discoverer; former Deputy Mayor of Isisford, Ian Duncan) (holotype QM F36211) is an extinct genus of crocodyliform closely related to crocodilians that lived during the Middle Cretaceous (Albian-Cenomanian). Its fossils were discovered in the Winton Formation in Isisford, Queensland, Australia in the mid-1990s. Most of the animal was discovered, with the exception of the front portion of the skull. On a later expedition to the location, paleontologists discovered a complete skull which differed from the original specimen in size only.
The estimate of the length of Isisfordia is about 1.1 m (3.6 feet).