Dominic Daniel Daly (fl. c. 1874 - 1888) was a British surveyor and cartographer active in Australia, the Malay Peninsula, and Borneo in the late 19th century. Scottish by birth, he emigrated to South Australia where his uncle, Sir Dominick Daly, was governor, and worked as a surveyor on the Northern Territory Survey Expedition. Afterwards, he relocated to Singapore and then took up the office of Superintendent of Public Works and Surveys at Selangor. He travelled throughout the British territories as well as the 'native states' of the region. In addition to his surveying work, Daly published articles on the geology and speleology of the Malay Peninsula and Borneo.