Located in the old head office of the Melbourne Fire Brigade, the Fire Services Museum of Victoria showcases Australia's largest collection of fire-fighting memorabilia, comprising over 10,000 fire-related artifacts including fire-fighting vehicles, fire appliances, helmets, uniforms, badges, models, personnel histories, old memorabilia and photographs.
39 Gisborne St, East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia
Nearest Transit: Melbourne Central (Line: City Loop)
+61 3 9662 2907
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