Grafton Fire and Rescue 306 Station and South Grafton Fire and Rescue 307 Station will open their doors to the public on Saturday, May 14, allowing Clarence Valley residents the opportunity to meet local crews, watch firefighting demonstrations, learn about firefighting equipment, and have their photos taken beside the big red fire trucks.
Along with offering families a fun-filled day out, the open day also aims to raise awareness of the important roles of fire crews within local communities and highlight the vital work they do to keep people safe.
Children will also be able to learn about the importance of fire safety, how to identify potentially dangerous situations, and how to respond accordingly.
Open days are also a great opportunity to ask about Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) recruitment and volunteer roles.
Both fire stations will be open between 10am and 2pm.
Visitors are also reminded that crews from one or both stations may be called to respond to an incident at anytime during the open day.
Visitors are asked to please follow instructions at each fire station.
Grafton Fire and Rescue 306 Station is located at 54 Prince Street.
South Grafton Fire and Rescue 307 Station is located at 64 Wharf Street.