Mount Melville is a south-western suburb of Albany in southern Western Australia, west of Albany's central business district. Its local government area is the City of Albany.
Mount Melville is named after the natural granite massif that the suburb is nestled around. The mount forms the western flank to the Albany CBD, with Mount Clarence located to the eastern side.
The Mount was named after Viscount Melville, the Lord of the Admiralty, by Captain James Stirling.
Mount Melville was gazetted as a suburb in 1979.