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Maida Vale is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Kalamunda. Kalamunda Road runs through the suburb. Its first European settler was William Henry Mead, who arrived in 1873, built a home in the Ridge Hill area and established the orchard Orangedale. It was named in 1910 after a property name of another settler, WH McCormack. The name is believed to be derived from the eponymous area of West London., which is itself named after the 1806 Battle of Maida.

Within the suburb there is a primary school (Maida Vale Primary School), a golf course, numerous parks/ovals, a Seventh Day Adventist church ground and caravan park, a child care centre, a heated swimming pool and several small shops including a BP Petrol station, BWS and a new IGA grocery store.

The suburb contains a set of traffic lights at the intersection of Kalamunda Rd, Hawtin Road and Gooseberry Hill Road. This intersection is known as 'six-ways', because at one point there were six different roads at the intersection. The intersection marks the end of Gooseberry Hill Road, and the start of Hawtin Road.

The suburb retains areas of natural bushland and is not completely built-up with housing, although there are plans to increase housing with expansion on the Crystal Brook housing estate. Maida Vale is home to a rare flower named the Maida Vale Bell. Many older established trees in the area are a breeding ground for Carnaby's Black Cockatoo and flocks of up to 20 birds are often seen in the suburb.

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