Maylands after WWI and prior to the Great Depression
Sir Norman Brearley established West Australian Airways, the first Commercial Airline in Australia (before QANTAS). It operated twice weekly between Geraldton and Derby.
The Seventh Avenue bridge caught fire.
West Australian Airways gained approval to operate from Perth and built the Maylands Aerodrome on land that was originally Peninsula farmland as its Perth base.
Air services from the Maylands Aerodrome commenced in January 1924.
Robert. O. Law, an engineer of some renown, built the first Hoffman brick kiln on the Maylands Peninsula.
Maylands Aerodrome was flooded.
An East-West service to Adelaide was established using the three-engine Fokker aircraft. This service operated twice weekly taking two days to complete the journey and overnighting at Forrest, Western Australia.