Signal Hill is located at the corner of Alexander Road and Belgravia Street, Belmont. This is a small (3.87 hectares) locally important area of remnant Banksia woodland. The vegetation consists of Banksias including Banksia menziesii, Banksia attenuata with scattered pricklybark (Eucalyptus todtiana) and sheoak (Allocasuarina fraseriana). Over 100 species of native plants occur here, including six varieties of native orchids. 26 native bird species have been recorded, including the migratory rainbow bee-eater, which nests in underground burrows.
Severin Walk is a tree lined waterway walk that links into Central Belmont main drain. Severin Walk is from Francisco Street to the intersection of Abernethy and Great Eastern Highway. The walk is approximately 1.5 kilometres.