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Fire Safety Education Centre and Museum (Central Fire Station)

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Nice place, especially for children

It was entertaining enough, with some nice exhibits with which to take photos with. The children... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2018
Emmanuel N
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Sydney, Australia
Too bad it was closed!

This centre located only 1 block away from my hotel in Perth. The old heritage building on Murray... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2018
Ruzana A
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Kuala Lumpur
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Cnr Murray and Irwin Sts, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Fire Safety Education Centre and Museum aka The Department of Fire and Emergency Services Education and Heritage Centre. Housed in the first purpose-built fire station in Western Australia, opened in 1901 and continuously operated until 1979. Friendly and helpful staff will give you the rundown...More

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It’s a very good experience for the kids. We had a great time, the staff were very nice and helpful. Its a good display, you can climb in a fire engine, dress up in the fire fighters uniform. It’s also free. Must visit

Thank Anthony H
Reviewed 7 February 2018

It was entertaining enough, with some nice exhibits with which to take photos with. The children (and even adults) would love to take photos dressed up as firemen. Overall, it is a nice place to visit, but I would not say you need to make...More

Thank Emmanuel N
Reviewed 3 February 2018

Over a year ago the volunteers were friendly and fun. They joked with the visitors and were a wealth of knowledge. Totally different group of people "working" there now and they only talk to each other. The place needs a good clean.

Thank Lacey B
Reviewed 17 January 2018

This centre located only 1 block away from my hotel in Perth. The old heritage building on Murray St reminds me of the old days. The fire bell button outside the building was very interesting and I had to stop myself from pressing it. I...More

Thank Ruzana A
Reviewed 18 October 2017

Only open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Some good information and history on Western Australian emergency services. Have a few things for the younger ones to do as well.

Thank Nathan E
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Stopped by when I was passing and noticed it was free to enter. This looks to be the old Fire Station that was refurbished to a museum. The top floor was quite informative, talking about natural disaster and house fires and how to be safe....More

Thank Acineto
Reviewed 12 July 2017

As I was just passing and it was free to enter, it was well worth the visit to remember some of the past history of the region where fire and rescue services were required, there is a good theme and explanation for younger folk and...More

Thank Jabba989
Reviewed 21 May 2017

A spur of the moment thought in the School Holidays took us to the Museum and Fire Safety Museum at the Old Fire Station in Murray St, good idea all round. Our two grand kids ages 4 and nearly 6 just loved dressing in the...More

Thank yorkshirelass2017
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Took our young grandson here recently. It was school holidays so was busy, but people were enjoying it. The old trucks are interesting and educational, but the youngsters got the biggest thrill from dressing up and sitting in the cabin of the more modern truck....More

Thank May1958
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