If you’re looking for something educational, interesting and interactive to do while you are in Perth, then organise a visit to the Fire and Emergency Services Education and Heritage Centre.
The displays are set in modern air-conditioned gallery spaces offering a range of interactive learning exhibits about Western Australia’s natural hazards and home fire safety information. Are you visiting Western Australia and want to know the natural hazards that can occur before you travel? Could you and your family get out of the house if it were on fire? Do you need to prepare for bushfire? Are you going on holiday wear tsunami may be a risk? Find out about all this and more!
Located in Western Australia’s heritage listed, first purpose built fire station, you can also explore the history of the building, the WA fire service heritage displays and see vintage fire appliances. A free web kiosk and take home resources are available for the general public.
Entry is free, with opening hours being 10am to 3pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, except public holidays. Check the website for opening hours over the Christmas period.
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