Mount Clarence is an inner suburb of Albany, located between the Albany city centre and Middleton Beach and over three-quarters of its land area is either parkland or forest, including Albany's Heritage Park. Mount Clarence was gazetted as a suburb in 1979. Mountt Clarence has both a primary and secondary school.
Mount Clarence is the location of the annual ANZAC dawn service, first held in 1931 by Padre Arthur Ernest White. The location of the Albany ANZAC Day dawn service is atop mount Clarence at Padre White Lookout. The ANZAC Desert Mounted Corp Memorial faces east, into the rising sun.