21 October – Harry Lawson holds office but loses majority.
30 August – Lawson returns to government but is replaced by Alexander Peacock in April 1924.
26 June – First election in which women were able to stand as candidates.
George Prendergast (Labor) elected in a minority government.
November - Prendergast replaced by John Allan (Country-National Coalition).
9 April – First election in which voting was compulsory for the Lower House.
Edmond Hogan (Labor) elected.
Replaced in 1928 by William McPherson (National).
30 November – Hogan returned to office in a minority government.
14 May – Sir Stanley Argyle (United Australia – Country Coalition) elected.
In the Allandale District by-election, Lady Millie Peacock becomes the first woman elected to the Lower House.
2 March – Compulsory voting introduced for the Upper House.
United Australia-Country Party coalition dissolved a month after the election and Albert Dunstan (Country Party) formed a minority government with Labor support.
Re-elected in minority government 1937, 1940 and 1943.
Replaced briefly by John Cain senior in 1943 and replaced in 1945 by Ian McFarlan.
10 November – John Cain senior (Labor) minority government elected.
8 November – Thomas Hollway (Liberal-Country coalition) government elected.
1948 – coalition dissolved and Hollway continues as premier of a minority Liberal government.
13 May – John McDonald (Country Party) forms minority government with Labor support.
6 December – after a period of instability, John Cain senior (Labor) elected. Cain’s government was to be the first Labor majority government in Victoria’s history.