Welcome to the SA Volunteer Fire Fighters Museum. Incorporated in 2011, our mission is to research, record, conserve and promote the history and equipment of the South Australian Volunteer Fire Service.
At our home in Naracoorte, south eastern South Australia, can be found a memorial to fallen South Australian volunteers who have made the ultimate sacrifice defending their communities.
The first of two museum buildings is also at this site, housing an extensive collection of heritage fire fighting vehicles, equipment and memorabilia.
The museum badge, which you can see in the banner at the top of the page, is based on the badge struck for the SA Emergency Fire Services, the first volunteer fire service in this state, formed in the years during and after the second World War.
The memorial to fallen firefighters is set in a garden setting and is accessible all day every day
Museum stage 1
The first of two proposed museum buildings was opened on 16th February 2020
Museum stage 2
Plans for stage 2 of the museum are in development and funding is being sought to build a state of the art museum which will include conference facilities, visitor centre, and shop