Beaconsfield is a suburb of Fremantle bounded by South Street, Carrington Street and Clontarf, Rockingham and Hampton Roads.
With an area of 2.2 sp km. Beaconsfield is situated approximately 2.5km from Central Fremantle and 1.7sp km from the coast.
Named after a property known as ‘Beaconsfield’ located in the area in the 1880s, the name was officially adopted for the post office on 1August 1894. The origin is unknown, but the suburb is probably named after the town in England or the Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, a former Tory Prime Minister of England.
Today, Beaconsfield is predominantly a low density residential suburb with extensive community facilities including South Fremantle Senior High School, Challenger Tafe.