“The Museum of Fire is a Not for Profit and Charitable organisation which is largely administered by current and retired firefighters of all ranks. Support by key professional staff and a large team of volunteers which as a team present a unique community resource.
We present a fun and interactive environment where children and adults of all ages can participate in Firefighting adventures and learn life skills as they experience what it is like to don the uniform and put your life on the line to save others.”
Single level access to all public areas of the Museum
All computers are fitted out for disabled access with touch screens and switch adapted mice with trackballs
Accessible toilets are located inside the Museum and outside in our picnic grounds.
Service dogs are welcome.
The following are excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net:
"The Australian Companion Card is not accepted for free admission but a concession is offered for carers and for a person with a disability."Mobility accessibility features:
- Automatic or easy open doors
- Wide aisles and walkways
- Accessible toilet
"We love the accessibility offered with ramps and easy access to four of the five fire engine cabins in the Junior Firefighters Zone. There’s room within the fire engine to stay in a wheelchair or to transfer to one of the seats.
The museum is all on one level. Automatic doors allow easy entry, wide aisles and concrete floors make moving around easy and smooth.
A unisex stand alone accessible bathroom is available inside the museum and outside in the picnic grounds. The bathroom outside the museum has a larger stall.
Picnic grounds and a playground are available for visitors to use but neither is accessible with the picnic benches raised."