Coolamon Fire Engine Muster

Sunday 2nd October 2022 - 10 am to 4 pm

Cowabbie Street, Coolamon NSW (entry by kind donation).

This fun day is organised by the Coolamon Fire Museum.

Members of the public, fire engine owners and enthusiasts are all welcome to come along.

You won’t want to miss out on seeing fire engines, emergency service and educational displays, the Firefighters Fun Relay, classic cars, bikes, and market stalls.

Coolamon Fire & Rescue will be holding their open day in the main street.

The main street will be closed to all other traffic.

Trophies will be awarded to the best-presented fire engine and the best display.

Download the pdf poster and help us promote the Coolamon Fire Engine Muster and the Firefighters Fun Relay.

The relay teams can be mixed gender and you don’t have to be in a brigade. There will be trophies awarded to the winning team.    

Bring the whole family for a fun day out.

For more information or to participate (displays, market stalls), please contact:

Chris Berry (Manager of the Coolamon Fire Museum)  Phone: 0419 090 504 Email: familyberry@bigpond.com, or

Michael Kell (Captain of Coolamon Fire & Rescue) on 0408 662 599. 

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