Australia has a fire museum located in Victoria and this is very interesting to visit. Visitors will be fascinated when circling the area of the museum, starting from the view of the magnificent yellow-painted building with its red tower and then entering the main door which is dark green. The journey starts from the main council room which has original decorations in the 70s. This room displays a variety of cars that used to be used to extinguish fires and operated around 1970.
The journey continues to the next room, namely the head office, this room presents statistical data on fire victims in several Victoria regions. Around the room are presented various models of souvenir mutations given to retired firefighters. There is also a telephone house that was used as a communication tool with fire victims. Visitors from can also visit the International room which is a memorial area dedicated to those who have lost their lives in carrying out their duties. The museum also provides touring facilities for students and students or visitors in a number of groups accompanied by a museum guide and surrounds the whole area of this room.
Hidden Gem in Melbourne. Is that a great fire in Melbourne? It is impossible – it turns out there are two, one year apart. the things you learn. This is a lovingly guarded museum that allows you to appreciate the skills, commitment, and perseverance of firefighters. And really everyone survived because of collection and care. This and like helmets are collected by people, others care for communication centers, and so on. Network of colleagues with mission, work and retirement. The watch tower that they use to see fire, is high, still exists, but unfortunately it is not accessible. This museum is good for adults but does not need to paddle because they do not need to ride beautiful and luxurious exhibitions.