Mount Gambier Station

The MFS has delivered emergency services to the Mount Gambier community since the station was established by the SA Fire Brigade on 8 March 1922.

Mount Gambier Station is staffed by a day crew comprising six full-time firefighters working from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm and backed up by 25 retained firefighters who are available on a roster basis, 24 hours per day, every day of the year.

Mount Gambier Fire Station has a Volvo FM9 Pump/Rescue Appliance fitted with a Hale Pump with a capacity of 3,800 litres per minute,  a  Scania P360 C.A.P.A (Combined Aerial Pumping Appliance) fitted with a Rosenbauer Pump with a capacity of 4,000 litres per minute and a Metz 20 metre ladder platform, a Scania General Purpose Pumper fitted with a Darley pump rated at 3,800 litres per minute and a R.O.S.A (Regional Operations Support Appliance) which is a four wheel drive and fitted with a Darley pump rated at 400 litres per minute.

MFS Image - 2017-12 Mount Gambier Station

These appliances are cross manned, crewed by a full-time supervisor and three firefighters dependent on the need. Retained crews comprising a supervisor and three firefighters staff the other appliances.

Mount Gambier Fire Station retained staff train on Tuesday nights from 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm.


Mount Gambier Fire Station
20 Crouch Street

In an emergency phone: 000
For administrative enquiries please phone: 8204 3600