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Fire and Rescue NSW Open Day THIS WEEKEND!SAVE THE DATE: 19th May 2018

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Fire and Rescue NSW are throwing open their doors to the public this Saturday 19th May 2018!

And EVERYONE is invited!

Fire and Rescue NSW Open Day is happening at over 129 stations across New South Wales.

The FREE day will include activities for the kids, demonstrations, Brigade Kids handouts for the kids and a chance to learn more about fire safety and what our special trained Fire and Rescue NSW Staff do to keep you safe!

NSW Fire and Rescue Open Day 2018 | Stay at Home Mum

The FRNSW Open Day Information:

Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) will hold its annual Open Day, more than 129 fire stations across NSW will be open to the public between 10am-2pm on Saturday, 19th of May 2018.

Check out the FRNSW website to see where your nearest participating station is located.

Visitors can:

  • Watch safety demonstrations

  • Fire Station Tours

  • Meet your local Firefighters

  • Learn about keeping safe during the Winter months with safety demonstrations

About Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW)

This Saturday grab the kids, your next-door neighbour, and your Nanna and take them down to your local Fire Station. Meet some Firefighters, explore the fire station and learn how the marvellous teams keep you safe.  FRNSW is one of the world’s largest urban fire and rescue services and is the busiest in Australia! Their overriding purpose is to enhance community safety and the quality of life of residents of New South Wales by minimising the impact of hazards and emergency incidents on our roads and in our environment in New South Wales!

FRNSW currently has more than 6858 Firefighters, approximately 5891 Community Fire Unit Members and 432 Administrative and Trades Staff working together for a safer, confident community. Fire and Rescue NSW has 335 fire stations across NSW. They protect 90% of the State’s population from emergencies involving fire, motor vehicle accidents and other dangerous situations. FRNSW also protect 100% of the State’s population from hazardous materials emergencies and building collapse and provide terrorism consequence management for 100% of the State. 

Junior Firefighters ask what it is like to be a Firefighter!


You might even meet some of the furry members Fire and Rescue NSW.
















Here are some Open Day photos from previous years…




See you there!


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