All profits from the Doll, Bear & Craft Fair go towards funding the Museum Of Fire, a non for profit, registered charity and true community museum.
As Australia's leading Fire Museum with over 30 years experience, we pride ourselves on quality and service. Many of us at the Museum are Firefighters and all profit we raise go towards educating our families to the dangers of fire and preserving the heritage of the communities bravest.
Our permanent staff rely heavily on the support of our voluntary Board of Directors and our many volunteers who give selflessly to support the development and the future of the Museum.
At our Museum your can explore the drama and danger of fire and fire fighting. Discover the history of fighting fires from the earliest times right up to the challenges of present day fires. The Museum is also the leading fire safety education facility in the country, so you will have fun exploring the history and also learn what to do if there is a fire or you catch fire.
Themes covered by the museum are bushfires, dialling 000, burn prevention and treatment, and fire fighting since the early days of European settlement with fire engines and fire fighting equipment used since then on display including the original switch room from fire headquarters in Sydney.