Daniel Djurberg (June 3, 1744 – October 2, 1834) was a Swedish geographer and cartographer active in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Djurberg as the grandson of the well-known theologian of the same name. He was born in Gävle, Sweden, and studied at Uppsala University. He held academic positions at several schools, including at the Katarina Skola (1776) and Klara Skola (1782). As a cartographer one of Djurberg's idiosyncrasies was using alternative indigenous nomenclature: Vingandacoa for North America and Ulimaroa for Australia, among others.