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Become a member

As a Museum of Fire member, you can visit the museum as often as you like!

Membership costs as little as $35.00 and entitles you to:

Unlimited entry for 12 months, per individual membership card holder

Free entry to special museum ticked events and special discounted pricing for your guests

A digital subscription to the museum’s blog and newsletter. Printed copies can be obtained for $12.00 annually

A unique membership ID number and card when renewed annually for the life of your membership

An annual member’s gift

Other amazing offers throughout the year

Access to exclusive member-only events

Exclusive discounts on the museum shop, instore and online

By becoming a member you will be supporting the Museum of Fire which will allow the continuation of both our educational and heritage works.

Museum life members

In 2020, the museum launched our visitation membership program. To learn more about this program please click here. 

When you become a member of the museum you are assigned an individual membership number that you can keep for the life of your membership. The first set of numbers were put aside for our lifetime inductees. Each year the museum's board of directors selects one individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the museum to be inducted starting from our No. 1 member Mark White AFSM OAM. 

01 - 2020 Inductee

Mark White AFSM OAM


Mark has been at the forefront of the Museum’s heritage works from the earliest days of the Museum and has led the Museum in all endeavours for well over thirty years.

Whilst serving as CEO Mark remained an active firefighter and was committed to preserving the history of the brigade and serving the community.

For his dedicated service to the community Mark received the Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM) and the Order of Australia Medal. Mark was also the longest serving Firefighter at St. Mary’s Fire Station.

Without Marks’ guidance and constant support, the Museum of Fire would not have developed into the facility it is today and have emerged into the heritage partner of FRNSW.

To read more about Mark's involvement with the Museum please visit vale Mark White and our blog page

02 - 2021 Inductee

Brian Blunt

Brian Brian Blunt has been a key figure in the development and continued success of the Museum of Fire.

The organisation's history and Brian's involvement date back decades. In 1968, he and Bob Winch purchased an appliance from the Board of Fire Commissioners of NSW. The purchase of this Dennis Big 4 (ME 268) changed everything and remains part of the Museum's Heritage Fleet today. Arising from a meeting with a number of other individuals fuelled by their passion for vintage fire engines, the idea of the Historic Fire Engine Association of Australia (HFEAA) was officially born in 1969.

Brian's contributions cannot be effectively summarised into words. He has championed decisions for the future of the collection and organisation, captured and provided countless photographs of appliances, incidents and much more, created integral databases, and imparted so much knowledge over his active service with the Museum. 

To hear more about Brian's commitment to the Museum please visit our History Week 2021 Keynote Presentation Page

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03 - 2022 Inductee

John Hand AFSM OAM

John Hand has played a significant part over many years in assisting the Museum to collate and present Firefighting Championship History.

He is dedicated to preserving the history of "Demos" (today's firefighting Championships) and supporting the Museum's Heritage Team over many years.

To learn more about John's contribution watch our History Week 2022 Keynote Presentation or have a look at the many blogs he has helped produce. 

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