Onze Gids was a Dutch-language Catholic magazine established in Australia in 1950. The magazine was published by the Catholic Printing and Publishing Company in Melbourne, Australia, and was aimed at Dutch immigrants to Australia.

The magazine featured articles on Catholicism, current events, and cultural topics, as well as news and updates on the Dutch-Australian community. It also included advertisements for Dutch businesses and services in Australia.

Onze Gids was published monthly, with a print run of around 5,000 copies. The magazine ceased publication in the late 1970s due to declining readership and rising costs.

Today, there are still a number of Dutch-language publications in Australia, including De Weekkrant, which is distributed weekly and focuses on news and events within the Dutch-Australian community.