Belmont is a suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, and is found 7 kilometers east of Perth's focal business locale CBD on the southern bank of the Swan River. Its nearby government region is the City of Belmont. The rural area, some portion of a land allow allocated to Captain Francis Henry Byrne in 1831, was accepted to have been named Belmont after Byrne's home in England. The land was acquired by Shepherd Smith of Sydney in 1882, who subdivided it in 1897– 1898. The nearby government body situated in Belmont was initially known as the Belmont Park Road Board.
The rural area was known as "Belmont Park" until the point when being renamed in 1968. Today, the rural area is blended use in character. The western piece of the rural area is basically modern and business, while the east and north are more private, with different motels and other convenience along Great Eastern Highway which frames the suburb's north-western limit. It contains two state funded schools—Belmont Primary School, and Belmont City College some time ago Belmont Senior High School— and in addition Centenary Park, Signal Hill Bushland, the Belgravia Residential Estate and a 500-meter 1,600 ft area on the south bank of the Swan River.