Noarlunga MFS Open Day – Saturday, 25 March 2023

The Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) is inviting the community to explore the State’s newest MFS fire station at Noarlunga, on the last Saturday in March.

The MFS will open the doors to the $9.75m Noarlunga Fire Station from 10 am until 2 pm on Saturday, 25 March 2023.

The Noarlunga Command Fire Station is a replacement fire station and brand-new presence at 1 Goldsmith Drive, Noarlunga Centre, on the corner of Beach Road.

It will be an opportunity for the community to celebrate 160 years of the MFS in the community, with the MFS remaining one of the oldest legislated fire services in the world.

The station is a major, state-of-the-art emergency services hub and community safety asset that’s designed to have an asset life of up to 50 years.

WHERE: Noarlunga Command Fire Station (MFS) 1 Goldsmith Drive – Corner of Beach Road, Noarlunga Centre.

WHEN: Saturday, 25 March 2023. Doors open 10 am until 2 pm.

DETAILS: Family fun on the day includes:

  • Meeting our firefighters and staff
  • Taking a close-up look at our fire trucks and equipment
  • Road crash rescue demonstrations with our Road Awareness Program (RAP) team
  • Simulated rope rescue from heights by specialised firefighters
  • An interactive child fire safety education display, including the ‘Stop, Cover, Drop and Roll’ game and colouring in activities
  • Discovering common causes of house and other structure fires and how to prevent them
  • Learning how your family can prevent or survive a house fire, including how to escape a fire
  • Learning more about a career as an MFS firefighter and the application process.

We look forward to seeing you at Noarlunga Fire Station on Saturday, 25 March 2023 between 10 am and 2 pm. Spread the word, invite your family and friends!

PARKING: Parking will be made available at the local TAFE SA Noarlunga Campus, enter via Community Drive off of Alexander Kelly Drive. It’s then a short distance to the back entrance of Noarlunga Fire Station.

NOTE: If the Open Day is a day affected by rain or extreme heat, the MFS will modify activities and displays to ensure the comfort and safety of visitors and staff. The station’s Engine Room provides shelter from the elements.