Mont Albert is an inner eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 12 kilometres east of Melbourne's Central Business District.
- Area:1.702 km2
- Elevation:109 m
- Local Government Area:Whitehorse City Council
Mont Albert is an inner eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 12 kilometres east of Melbourne's Central Business District. Its local government area are the Cities of Boroondara and Whitehorse. At the 2016 Census, Mont Albert had a population of 4,840.The main shopping centre of Mont Albert is Hamilton Street, a small street lined with shops. The suburb has its own railway station.
Mont Albert Post Office opened on 1 August 1914. A Mont Albert North Post Office opened in 1957 and closed in 1993.The town is most likely named after the husband of Queen Victoria, Albert, Prince Consort (1819–1861).
The local shopping centre (Hamilton Street (pictured to the right) began to be built in about 1913, immediately south of the railway station. A tram service along Whitehorse Road, to the suburb's north-eastern corner, was opened in 1915. Houses between the tram and railway lines are characterised as Edwardian, English Domestic Revival and Arts and Crafts traditions.
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