East Gwillimbury, , is a town in Ontario, located about 30 minutes north of Toronto. It includes the villages and hamlets of Holland Landing, Queensville, Mount Albert, River Drive Park, and Sharon.
East Gwillimbury was named by Governor John Graves Simcoe, founder of York (now Toronto), in honor of his wife Elizabeth, whose maiden name "Gwillim."
Highway 404 extends from Toronto into East Gwillimbury, currently ending at Green Lane, just south of Sharon. Work is underway to extend the highway further north, through East Gwillimbury and eventually into Georgina.
York Region Transit, , offers bus service, as does GO Transit on their routes to Barrie and Georgina.