The Museum of Fire recognizes the importance of internships in enabling tertiary students to gain valuable workplace experience and develop industry-specific abilities in a chosen area.


We value the contribution that interns make to our work and are committed to providing opportunities for students to develop personally and professionally.


Interns are placed within the Museum to work on structured projects under the supervision of our staff.


Participation in the Museum of Fire internship program requires that students are currently enrolled in a relevant course at a recognized Australian tertiary education institution, and, that the student’s insurance be covered by their educational institution. Internships run for 20-30 days depending on the needs of the project and those of the student’s educational institution.


Please note that Museum of Fire internships are unpaid. The Museum is unable to assist directly or financially with accommodation, travel or living costs.  


For inquiries about the Museum of Fire internship program, please contact