Bennett Springs is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located in the City of Swan. Formed from parts of the suburbs of Beechboro, Whiteman and West Swan, it was gazetted in April 2011 after a year-long campaign by residents to change the name of their locality. The suburb was named after Matilda Bennett, the wife of John Septimus Roe.
The suburb is part of the City of Swan's Urban Growth Corridor and is bounded by Lord Street to the east, Reid Highway to the south, the proposed Tonkin Highway extension to the west and Marshall Road and the former boundary of West Swan to the north. Bennett Brook, also named after Matilda Bennett, runs through part of the suburb.