Temporal range: Early Miocene
|An artist's illustration of Ciconia louisebolesae|
| †Ciconia louisebolesae|
Ciconia louisebolesae is an extinct species of stork from the Early Miocene of Australia. It was described by Walter Boles from fossil material found in a cave deposit at the Bitesantennary Site of Riversleigh, in the Boodjamulla National Park of north-western Queensland. The specific epithet refers to Louise Boles, the describer’s mother, to whom the description is dedicated.